Events & Opportunities

Toddler outdoorsEvents listed include CCHAP events and additional events from other organizations that may be of interest to providers and practice managers. If you would like more information about listing your event on our website, contact us by email.

CCHAP Practice Manager Meeting

Next Meeting: To Be Announced Soon

Invitations will be sent directly via email.

View our meeting archives for past recordings and handouts.

New! – CCHAP Advisory Support Group

This month, CCHAP is holding the first meeting of a workgroup created to identify and develop strategy around emerging challenges practices face in the shifting healthcare landscape. Timely and consistent input from a cross-section of providers and practice managers in the CCHAP network is essential to the design of top-notch support services. The active advisory workgroup will meet quarterly, but input from all practices is needed. All providers and practice managers are encouraged to contribute their suggestions by contacting CCHAP’s workgroup leaders Mindy Craig ( or Marcia Carteret (

Integrated Behavioral Health Training Symposium

The Office of Behavioral Health, in collaboration with the Colorado State Innovation Model (SIM), Caring for Colorado Foundation and the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Social Work, is hosting the all-day Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) Best Practices Training Symposium on Friday, November 2, 2018. The event will take place at Craig Hall on the University of Denver’s campus and will be live streamed to five remote locations.

Trainees will complete the Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) Training Bundle, which comprises six training modules developed by the CU Department of Family Medicine and the Office of Behavioral Health with funding from SIM, a federally funded, governor’s office initiative. All participants who complete the Symposium program will be awarded an IBH Certificate of Completion. The content of each module aligns with the Core Competencies for Behavioral Health Providers Working in Primary Care and the IBH Best Practice Guidelines. National and Colorado experts in behavioral health, practice transformation, and integrative teaming will present the content of the IBH learning modules.

Please join us for this interactive learning experience. Register Today

CMS 1500 Professional Billing Training Session

Please join DXC Technology (DXC) for an upcoming training sessions on CMS 1500 Professional Billing. This training session is intended to help new providers and will provide a high-level overview of claim submissions, prior authorizations, using the website and more. For more in-depth training materials on navigating the Provider Web Portal, refer to the Provider Web Portal Quick Guides available on the Quick Guides and Webinars web page.

This training session will be held via live webinar and in person at the DXC office on Thursday, October 11, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. MT.
Register for the live webinar here

If you would like to attend the training session in person, RSVP to by noon the day prior to the training, with the subject line “In-person RSVP” and include your name, organization and contact information (email address and phone number). You will receive a response to confirm your reservation. The in-person training session will be held at the following address:
DXC Office
Civic Center Plaza
1560 Broadway Street, Suite 600
Denver, CO 80202

Invitation to Participate in Adolescent Champion Model

Recruiting has begun for the second cohort of health centers within a two-hour radius of Colorado Springs focusing on the Pikes Peak, Southeast, West Central and Southwest regions of the state to take part in the award-winning Adolescent Champion Model in Colorado, and we hope you’ll consider participating.

The multi-year project is being funded through support from the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing with the goal of improving adolescent health in the state of Colorado The University of Michigan Adolescent Health Initiative is partnering with Dr. Paritosh Kaul, Professor of Pediatrics Section of Adolescent Medicine at University of Colorado and Children’s Hospital, to replicate the model in Colorado.

Since 2013, the evidence-based model has been implemented in over 75 health centers around the country. The model focuses on an Adolescent Champion team as agents of change within a clinic to transform it into an adolescent medical home. The Champion team consists of a provider, a manager, and 1-3 interested staff (such as an MA, social worker, or nurse). The time commitment averages out to 1-4 hours/month over the course of the 18-month intervention, and it offers an exceptional leadership opportunity for the Champions within the clinic. You can read more about the project’s impact here.

Jenni Lane,, Manager at the Adolescent Health Initiative, is happy to speak by phone (734.998.2210) or in person if you have any questions. Please let her know if you’re interested in forming a Champion team. We’ll have our kick-off webinar in January 2019, and the 18-month project will run from January 2019 – June 2020.