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The Colorado Office of eHealth Innovation (OeHI) is seeking stakeholder input as it updates the Health Information Technology (IT) Roadmap. The eHealth Commission and OeHI are refreshing the 2021 Health IT Roadmap in partnership with the Colorado Health Institute.

“The 2021 Health IT Roadmap will chart a path for harnessing and expanding the digital tools and services needed to advance affordability, access, and equity in healthcare,” said Lt. Governor Dianne Primavera.

“Our goal is to identify the policies, funding strategies, and technology services that Colorado can implement over the next five years in pursuit of this vision,” she continued. “A diverse coalition of Coloradans will provide on-the-ground insight into the state’s most significant health IT needs and priorities.”

Stakeholders are encouraged to fill out a short 10-question survey that will be used to help guide the Roadmap. The survey can be accessed in both English and Spanish through this link, and is located on the front page of the OeHI website. In addition, community members can register to attend one of three listening sessions.

6:00 to  7:00 p.m., Wed., September 1: (Virtual listening session)
Spanish interpretation available
Register at

Trinidad State College, Pioneer Room — two sessions:

12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m., Tues., August 31

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Tues., Aug. 31

Lunch provided, masks required Register for free today.

Stakeholders, including health sector employees, providers, insurers, patients, and organizations or advocacy groups representing patients, are particularly encouraged to complete the survey and attend the events.

Recent projects for the Colorado Health Institute include programs focused on understanding mental health stigmas and breaking down barriers to care.

To stay engaged and help continue this work, join the 8th annual Colorado Health Innovation Summit, being held September 15-16 in partnership with OeHI and Prime Health! The Summit (being held virtually and in-person at the Church Ranch in Westminster) is one of the largest health innovation events in the Mountain West region. It will take place virtually on September 15 to highlight health topics in Colorado. September 16 will focus on equity and innovation and take place in a hybrid format.

This year’s Innovation Summit will feature Lt. Governor Primavera, eHealth Commission panel, Executive Director of the Department of Health Care Policy & Financing, Kim Bimestefer, a surprise Healthcare Jeopardy host, and much more. Register here for the Innovation Summit.

For more information, contact Carrie Paykoc, Director, Office of eHealth Innovation, or Stephanie Bennett, State Health IT Coordinator,