Datapoint: Kaiser Commits Up to $10M in Funding to Colorado System

Kaiser Permanente said it will commit up to $10 million to Denver Health, a Colorado-based health system. Its Denver Health Medical Center serves as the Denver area’s “safety-net hospital,” and provides care to more than one-third of the Denver population, according to a May 30 press release. Kaiser’s funding, which includes an upfront $5 million grant, will “assist Denver Health with vital health care services for the community, including continued access to primary and specialty care for people who do not have the means to pay.” Denver Health’s insurance arm, Denver Health Medical Plan, currently serves 133,790 lives, with 84.7% enrolled in Medicaid managed care.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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