Developing an Integrated Health Care Model From 2015-2019, the Keystone Policy Center worked with the Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council (CBHC) and four Community Mental Health Centers (CMHC) who were participating in a Bi-Directional Integration Demonstration and Practice-Based Research Pilot Program. Through this program, overseen by the Colorado State Innovation Model [...]
By Christine Scanlan and Tom Hassenboehler Maybe you’ve noticed, the internet revolution isn’t just about the internet anymore. Today, data, software, and digital communications technologies are permeating every sector of our economy—from agriculture and manufacturing to transportation and energy. For the first time, energy consumers can access their energy data and take a more [...]
Throughout Bob Craig’s life, books were one constant, guiding influence. Craig, the founder of the Keystone Policy Center, was an avid reader of history, philosophy, biography, and fiction — which provided him thoughtful insights, fresh perspectives, and much-needed respite in his professional life. That critical facet of Bob Craig lives on in the Robert W. Craig Book Collection at the Downey Library at Keystone’s headquarters in Keystone, Colorado.
Christine Scanlan, president and CEO of the Keystone Policy Center, welcomed Robert Kenney as the newest member of the organization’s Board of Trustees. Scanlan said Kenney’s experiences and perspectives as the Vice President for CPUC Regulatory Relations at Pacific Gas and Electric Company will provide Keystone with essential guidance as it works to inspire leaders to rise above entrenched positions to reach common higher ground.
Keystone Policy Center has worked for more than four decades to bring people together to find solutions to seemingly intractable problems. Throughout this history, Keystone’s team has advocated for collaboration and inclusive dialogues aimed at action and meaningful change — from the local level to the marble halls of Washington, D.C. Keystone inspires leaders to rise above entrenched positions to reach common higher ground. It’s our mission and the idea that enlivens much of our work, but it’s not the whole story.