Support the capacity and viability of Black-led organizations in service to advancing Black-led social change in Colorado.
Prime Health Challenge: Catalyzing Digital Health Innovation through Ecosystem and Capability Building
Improve health equity, quality, cost and access for underserved communities in Colorado through innovation and collaboration. This will be done through ecosystem, network and capability building, education and training, peer learning, technical assistance, digital health solution identification and vetting, and pilot development and implementation. The goal is to discover, discuss, test and scale sustainable, meaningful solutions and advance value-based health reform.
Establish a statewide fund to support small- and mid-size farmers and ranchers in responding to changing market opportunities in the midst of COVID-19.
Help capitalize a fund, in partnership with the State of Colorado and Mile High United Way, to ease the procurement process for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.
Expand time-sensitive access to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for health care workers caring for patients amid the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to protect the workforce from contracting the virus.
Assist the community to prevent, mitigate, and recover from the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) pandemic.
Establish a statewide fund to support emergency food needs for low-income populations affected by COVID-19 outbreak.
Maintain programming while the organization weathers a leadership transition and capacity building in financial management, governance, and organizational culture.
Achieve what is best for students, families and staff. To accomplish this, there are two primary areas of support requested: 1) Organizational Equity; 2) Full Service Community Schools.
Elevate equity to its appropriate role in the health services research enterprise. This project seeks to simultaneously diversify who is engaged in health services scholarship, increase the amount and quality of health equity scholarship, and expand the equity-related content we publish and that our readers read.