Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office of eHealth Innovation (OeHI) and the eHealth Commission are actively working to address state and community needs. For the latest information on COVID-19, please check out: https://covid19.colorado.gov/
Stay at Home Colorado Guide
Colorado is under a Safer-at-Home order. Our government officials know this can be challenging, so they created this page filled with resources and information to help you navigate staying safer at home.
Add Your Phone to Fight COVID: Receive Exposure Notifications
One of the key tools to fight COVID-19 and slow its spread is right in your pocket. CO Exposure Notifications can quickly notify you if you’ve likely been exposed, allowing you to reduce risk for your loved ones, seek timely medical attention, and stay home. Learn how to activate CO exposure notifications here.
Recently, in partnership with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Governor Polis unveiled the state's new enhanced online data tool. This website includes changes and improvements to data sharing on the state's COVID-19 website.
Information is power, and having the latest data is critical to Colorado's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The state wants to share that information with Coloradans on this site so that all have the power to make the best, smartest, and healthiest decisions.
Governor Polis reminds us all that mask wearing is a proven way to slow the spread of this deadly virus, will help keep businesses open, save lives, and keep our economy growing.
Colorado’s Health IT Roadmap is the result of an extensive and ongoing collaborative effort led by the Office of eHealth Innovation (OeHI) and steered by the eHealth Commission. Developed with input from over 1000 stakeholders from many Colorado communities, the Roadmap was recently approved by the Governor's Office and by the eHealth Commission for implementation. To view Colorado's Health IT Roadmap, click here. To reserve a copy of Colorado's Health IT Roadmap click here. Implementation planning is under way for many of the Roadmap's key initiatives. Every month at the eHealth Commission Meetings, OeHI is spotlighting several initiatives and corresponding efforts. Interested in getting involved in Colorado's Health IT Roadmap efforts? Sign up for the Office of eHealth Innovation newsletter or contact Carrie Paykoc, Director of OeHI, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of eHealth Innovation (OeHI) and eHealth Commission have updated Colorado's Health IT Roadmap. Click here to check out the latest version.
Lt. Governor gives remarks to JBC on OeHI's role in Colorado's COVID-19 Response
This morning our Lt. Governor Dianne Primavera presented to the Colorado Joint Budget Committee (JBC) regarding the Office of the Lt. Governor's budget, during which she reviewed the Office of eHealth Innovation's role in the State's COVID-19 response. To hear more from our Lt. Governor on how OeHI rapidly expanded access to telemedicine and telehealth during the pandemic, listen to the full hearing starting Thursday, January 7th, here.
Check out our new Projects tab!
We are so excited to share CHI’s recent publications on the value of telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic as well as their reports on the value of telemedicine through the eyes of three Colorado providers. The Office of eHealth Innovation partnered with CHI to examine the value proposition of telehealth services in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and Colorado's rapid transition to virtual care delivery. Learn more by clicking here, or visit our Telemedicine and Broadband page nested under the new Projects tab!
Lead Colorado's Health IT Strategy - Join the eHealth Commission
Colorado's eHealth Commission is accepting applications! Please apply if you are interested in serving on the Commission. You can complete the application by following the instructions on this page.
To learn more about the eHealth Commission, our members, and what we do, please visit our eHealth Commission page.
OeHI recently initiated the effort to map the infrastructure of the various health IT systems in the state and the relationships to each other. The latest version of the map is available here. Please note that this is an ongoing effort with continual revisioning.
Check out our ongoing eHealth commission workgroups, learn about each group and find out the next workgroup meeting.
To learn more about OeHI's efforts and receive our quarterly newsletter, please click here.
The next eHealth Commission Meeting is on Wednesday, February 10th, 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm - Web Conference Only
Please join us for our February eHealth Commission Meeting. Materials will be posted below as they are available. Until then, please review materials from our January meeting below.
- January Agenda
- January Meeting Slides
- January Commission Workgroup Highlights
- Project Dashboard
- Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Future State Recommendations, Version 2
- Approved December eHealth Commission Meeting Minutes
- COVID-19 Data and Analytics Lessons Learned
- Full January Recorded Meeting here
Public Comment: Please use this form to provide any public comment for consideration during the upcoming eHealth Commission meeting. Please submit all comments 24-hours prior to the upcoming meeting on February 10th.
Click here to sign up for communications on upcoming meetings.
Time: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: This meeting will be web-conference only and 2 hours.
We also have a new conference line for the meeting as this meeting will now be in webinar format.
Please either use the web-line or dial-into the new number US +1 253 215 8782 or +1 346 248 7799
Webinar ID: 838 7864 3457 Passcode: 541571
iPhone one-tap: US: +12532158782,,83878643457#,,,,,,0#,,541571# or +13462487799,,83878643457#,,,,,,0#,,541571#
Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83878643457
Zoom Passcode: 33W1fQ
This meeting has a capacity of 100 participants. If you are unable to join, please tune into the livestream on Youtube HERE.
To learn more about past eHealth Commission Meetings, and to access previous minutes, agendas, and presentations, please visit our eHealth Commission page.