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Attention Health First Colorado and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) Providers: As Go Live (March 1) approaches, we want to make sure you're prepared, and familiar with the available resources. Below, you can find links to our Guide to Go Live, our new Billing Manuals, a list of important dates, and training information for the new Provider Web Portal. Learn More
As you know, the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies has recommended the continuation of Colorado's Speech-Language Pathology Practice Act for five years, until 2022. This recommendation is just the beginning of the legislative process. CSHA supports continuation of the bill and is looking for providers and patients who are willing to testify about the importance of licensure when the bill is in committee. If you know a patient who would like to share his or her story, or would like to share your own reasons why licensure for speech-language pathologists is necessary, please contact CSHA at email@example.com. Although we currently do not have a specific timeline, we have been told it will most likely go to committee in late January into mid-February.
Colorado, Idaho, Utah and Wyoming have once again teamed up to bring you a Convention full of fantastic speakers covering a variety of topics, exciting exhibitors with the latest products and developments, and networking opportunities with peers from near and far. Join us to see all that the Intermountain Area Speech and Hearing (IMASH) Convention has to offer, October 5-7, 2017!
The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies has recommended the continuation of Colorado's Speech Language Pathology Practice Act for five years, until 2022. Read the full report given to the General Assembly on October 14, 2016.br>