Please send an email to ProviderRelations@coaccess.com to request a training.
We are committed to give you the training that you need. From general information to state-provided resources, find the most recent trainings below.
COVID-19 Vaccine Planning: How Primary Care can Partner with Public Health
Wednesday, January 13th, 2021
Time: 12:15 p.m. – 1 p.m.
Please join Colorado Access and CDPHE on Wednesday, January 13th from 12-1pm as we discuss how Primary Care Providers can prepare for COVID-19 vaccine deployment. Learn about the phased approach of how the COVID-19 vaccine will be distributed, and how the vaccine will impact operations and functions that Primary Care Providers need to take into consideration as a practice.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Domestic Violence (November 2020)
PCMP Administrative Payment Model & Provider Scorecard (October 2020)
DentaQuest Benefits Guide (CHP+)
Learn about dental benefits (offered through DentaQuest) and how practices and providers can support patient access and utilization. Specific coverage amounts and benefits are outlined for Medicaid and CHP+.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program (Health First Colorado only)
The following are questions frequently asked about the VFC Program.Please contact the VFC Program at 303‐692‐2700 if you have questions or need additional information.
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Watch the Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Provider Forum, created in collaboration with community partners.
- SUD Opening: See opening remarks from the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF) followed by a forum agenda, an overview of Medicaid by HCPF and the functions of behavioral health organizations.
- MSO: See an overview of the Managed Service Organization (MSO) system; MSO clients; how providers can access services; what MSOs pay for; and contact information.
- Claims and Billing: Learn about substance use disorder benefits; the coding manual; and modifiers and common codes used for outpatient SUD treatment. Helpful billing specific info like encounters versus claims, CMS 1500 forms and common claim submittal errors is also included.
The Department of Health Care Policy & Financing released a series of Disability Competent Care videos that provide insight about caring for people with disabilities:
- The Healthcare Experience for People with Disabilities
- What is Disability Competent Care
- Core Values of Disability Competent Care
- Introducing the 3 Pillars of Disability Competent Care
- Pillar 1 Disability Competent Communication Access
- Pillar 2 Disability Competent Programmatic Access
- Pillar 3 Disability Competent Physical Access
Think Cultural Health is a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website with information, continuing education opportunities, resources and more for health and health care professionals to learn about culturally and linguistically appropriate services.
Visit the The National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health and Health Care (The National CLAS Standards) to learn how to implement the standards within your organization.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published the first national study of lesbian, gay, bisexual and questioning youth and unhealthy behaviors. Learn more about the CDC’s Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS), which monitors six categories of priority health-related behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of mortality and morbidity among youth and adults in the United States.
Watch the Health Care Interpreter Network’s (HCIN) training video entitled Qualified Interpreting for Quality Health Care: A Training Video for Clinical Staff on How to Work with Interpreters. This 19-minute film covers topics like why it’s important to use a qualified interpreter instead of “getting by”; cultural considerations; key protocols for language interpreting, including confidentiality and first-person interpreting; and tips for using remote interpreters.
As part of your practice, you likely come in contact with people from diverse backgrounds. Increasing your level of cultural competence can help you to understand and communicate with your patients in a way that benefits everyone. We offer a free training program for providers that offers a pragmatic approach to understanding and working with differences in the workplace stemming from age, gender, race, socioeconomic level, religion, sexual orientation and more. The training provides a basic understanding of culture competence and equips you with a set of skills, attitudes and guidelines to draw from while providing care and services to members with cultural differences. To schedule a training, call us at 800-511-5010.