Monthly Archives: August 2019

Change Agent Chat Episode 17 – Duke University Graduate Students



Graduate students from Duke University used CO APCD data to investigate the effect of Colorado’s health exchange on health care utilization and learn how the variation in exchange premiums across the state was affected by the interaction of market structure, selection, and location. During this Chat, we learn what the students discovered and whether there … Continue reading Change Agent Chat Episode 17 – Duke University Graduate Students


Change Agent Chat Episode 16 – Practically Dying



Practically Dying is an end-of-life educational and support resource organization whose mission is to help people remember how to engage birth, life, and death as opportunities to live without hesitation and die without regret. During this Chat, we’ll learn the importance of engaging with death as a part of life and the different opportunities around … Continue reading Change Agent Chat Episode 16 – Practically Dying


Change Agent Chat Episode 15 – Brigham and Women’s Hospital



Located in Boston, Brigham and Women’s Hospital is a major teaching facility affiliated with Harvard University. Researchers at BWH are estimating the occurrence, treatment, and cost of skin cancer in the United States. CO APCD data is being combined with data from other APCDs and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. During this Chat, … Continue reading Change Agent Chat Episode 15 – Brigham and Women’s Hospital