Compare Health Care Data by Region
Use the Community Dashboard data to understand how different aspects of health care – cost, utilization of services, access to care, use of preventive services and treatment for chronic conditions – vary across Colorado counties and Division of Insurance regions. Join our mailing list to get notifications when new information becomes available.
- Results are based on claims data submitted by health insurance companies to the Colorado All Payer Claims Database (CO APCD) for over 65% of insured Coloradans, but do not include self-pay and uninsured, the majority of people covered by self-insured employer plans, or those covered under Federal programs like the VA, TRICARE, or Indian Health Services.
- Values reflect services and tests that have been paid for by health insurance payers and may look different from other available data based on self-reported survey data (CDC, CDPHE, etc.).
- Costs refer to the amount paid to providers for services by health insurance companies and patients, but they do not include premiums paid, costs incurred by the provider to deliver care, or administrative costs or adjustments/payments made before or after a claim is settled. Medicaid costs do include supplemental payments to providers but do not include Long Term Services and Support.
- Medicare Fee-For-Service data was not available for 2020 at the time of this analysis.
- HEDIS measure results are subject to NCQA copywrite and disclaimers and have not been certified.
- For complete methodology click here, and to access excel files containing the underlying data, fill out this quick request form.
Pediatric Data Insights*
- 40% of patients 15 months or younger did not receive six or more well-child visits with a PCP at any time since birth.
- Over 62% of patients 16 to 30 months old had two or more well-child visits with a PCP during the past 15 months.
- 61% of children and adolescents did not receive a comprehensive well-care visit with a primary care provider (PCP).
*2020 data for Medicaid and Commercial payers combined.
2019 Quality, Utilization, & Access Insights*
- Over half of all patients who went to the ED for a mental health-related visit had a follow up visit for mental health within 7 days.
- Nearly 15 out of every 100 people had an ED visit that was potentially preventable.
- 9 of every 1,000 people had a hospital admission that was potentially preventable.
- 9 out of every 1,000 people had a readmission to a hospital within 30 days (planned or unplanned).
*2019 data for Medicaid, Medicare (Advantage and FFS), and Commercial payers combined.
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