Regional Health Connector

Our Vision

Connected systems will lead to healthier lives for all Coloradans.

Core Values

 

 

 

 

 

There is more to learn. Innovative approaches to complex challenges will improve the future of health and health care.

Health is local. Health starts in the neighborhoods where we live, learn, work, and play, and sustainable solutions must honor local diversity.

Health is determined by more than health care alone. Many factors, such as transportation, nutrition, education, influence our health outside of the doctor's office.

Coordination leads to better health. Connected, comprehensive care will leverage available resources to keep Coloradans healthy.

Regional Health Connector

Primary care builds trust. the unique relationship between a primary care practice and a patient can uncover opportunities for connections to comprehensive services.

Action must be based on evidence. Local data and experience paired with scientific studies can help us achieve better health outcomes faster.

Kim Fairley, Regional Health Connector 

 Kim has worked the past 7 years to address poverty and the social determinants of health. After working her career in IT management, she left to become the Executive Director of RISE, a non-profit that offers self-sufficiency programs for the under resourced population in the community. Kim is a certified trainer and facilitator for Bridges Out of Poverty and Bridges to Health and Healthcare. She was the Local Improvement Advisor for The Alliance under the IHI SCALE grant project. She was also the Care Management Supervisor for 8 RCCO staff in Loveland. She currently serves as the board president for North Range Behavioral Health. Kim has a passion and commitment to healthcare improvement.

Kim Fairley, Regional Health Connector 

 Kim has worked the past 7 years to address poverty and the social determinants of health. After working her career in IT management, she left to become the Executive Director of RISE, a non-profit that offers self-sufficiency programs for the under resourced population in the community. Kim is a certified trainer and facilitator for Bridges Out of Poverty and Bridges to Health and Healthcare. She was the Local Improvement Advisor for The Alliance under the IHI SCALE grant project. She was also the Care Management Supervisor for 8 RCCO staff in Loveland. She currently serves as the board president for North Range Behavioral Health. Kim has a passion and commitment to healthcare improvement.

Kim Fairley, Regional Health Connector 

 Kim has worked the past 7 years to address poverty and the social determinants of health. After working her career in IT management, she left to become the Executive Director of RISE, a non-profit that offers self-sufficiency programs for the under resourced population in the community. Kim is a certified trainer and facilitator for Bridges Out of Poverty and Bridges to Health and Healthcare. She was the Local Improvement Advisor for The Alliance under the IHI SCALE grant project. She was also the Care Management Supervisor for 8 RCCO staff in Loveland. She currently serves as the board president for North Range Behavioral Health. Kim has a passion and commitment to healthcare improvement.

Kim Fairley, Regional Health Connector 

 Kim has worked the past 7 years to address poverty and the social determinants of health. After working her career in IT management, she left to become the Executive Director of RISE, a non-profit that offers self-sufficiency programs for the under resourced population in the community. Kim is a certified trainer and facilitator for Bridges Out of Poverty and Bridges to Health and Healthcare. She was the Local Improvement Advisor for The Alliance under the IHI SCALE grant project. She was also the Care Management Supervisor for 8 RCCO staff in Loveland. She currently serves as the board president for North Range Behavioral Health. Kim has a passion and commitment to healthcare improvement. 

Erika Greenberg MSN, RN


Erika has been a registered nurse for over 20 years and earned both her Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Nursing from the University of Northern Colorado. Erika has worked directly with patients in various settings including trauma/cardiac ICU, bone marrow transplant, and outpatient surgery. She has always had a passion for education and spent many years working as a nurse educator teaching nursing students to become extraordinary professional nurses. Erika is now using her nursing experience to promote health education in our rural communities to both current health focused students and professionals. 

 
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