Senator Cutter and
Senator Danielson, co-prime bill sponsors, introduced Senate Bill 23-031,
concerning the creation of the Colorado Multidisciplinary Health Care Provider
Access Training Program and Advisory Committee. It encourages the program
to provide annual training for students, faculty, and health care providers
to review patient-centered geriatric approaches, technologies, and processes.
Students who complete the program receive a certificate, and a letter
authorizing the student to become a trainer in other parts of the state.
The bill requires the Department of Higher Education to enter into a fee-for-service
contract with CU to fund the program, and specifies data collection and