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Paul Huberty Joins Colorado Access as Vice President of Strategic Services and Communications

DENVER – Paul Huberty has joined Colorado Access to lead its strategic services and communications team. As vice president of this integral group, Huberty will lead the corporate strategy, strategic communications, and learning and development departments at the company.

Huberty brings 27 years of experience in the health care field, with a range of leadership roles in strategy, marketing, communications and community health. He served on the board of a federally qualified health center and worked to extend health care services to underserved populations.

“I’m excited to join the good people at Colorado Access,” said Huberty. “The mission to partner with communities and empower people through access to quality, affordable care is strong, and aligns with everything I’ve done thus far in my career. As an organization that has been a part of the community fabric in Colorado for more than 25 years, it’s an honor to join in and help make an impact.”

Prior to his role at Colorado Access, Huberty held leadership roles at Chester County Hospital and the University of Pennsylvania Health System. He served on the board of directors for La Comunidad Hispana, a federally qualified health center in Pennsylvania, serving six years as a member, and three years as chairman. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in quantitative business analysis from Penn State University and completed a dual master’s degree program (Master of Business Administration/Master of Science) in finance from Drexel University in Philadelphia. 

About Colorado Access

Colorado Access is a local, nonprofit health plan that serves members throughout Colorado. The company’s members receive health care as part of Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) and Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program). The company also provides care coordination services and administers behavioral and physical health benefits for two geographic regions as part of the Accountable Care Collaborative Program through Health First Colorado. To learn more about Colorado Access, visit