Your chances of receiving appropriate care for a chronic condition like diabetes and the likelihood of getting preventive screening for things like breast and colon cancer vary depending on what part of the state you live in. Understanding and addressing inequities in the quality of care starts with understanding where disparities exist.
When viewing this report, keep in mind:
- This information is based on claims data for the vast majority of insured Coloradans, but does not reflect self-pay, the uninsured, some people covered by self-insured employer plans, or those covered under Federal programs like the VA, TRICARE, or Indian Health Services.
- Values in this report reflect services and tests that have been paid for by health insurance payers, and may look different from other publicly reported data sets based on self-reported data (CDC, CDPHE, etc.) that may include health fairs, self-pay, etc.
- Colorectal Cancer Screening includes colonoscopies performed since 2009 when data collection in the CO APCD began.
Click on the interactive report below to see how your community compares to the rest of the state.
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Note: As part of CIVHC’s requirements as a Qualified Entity under the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) program, in addition to the report below, more data is available for all payers, including Medicare Fee-for-Service (FFS), through 2017 for Breast Cancer Screening and Diabetes A1c testing. Visit the Publications page or the Report Resources side bar to access this information.