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Health Navigator Registry
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has defined competencies and standardize training for unlicensed health navigators, as well as created a voluntary Colorado Health Navigator Registry for employers view credentialed navigator when hiring. The registry will also list CDPHE-Recognized Training Programs for navigators to choose from for their training needs. Navigators are now able to take an assessment through the Center for Advancing Professional Excellence (CAPE) to demonstrate their skills and add their name to the state-wide registry of credentialed health navigators. Currently, there is no national certification process for health navigators.
The Alliance of Colorado Community Health Workers, Patient Navigators and Promotores de Salud
The Alliance of CHW PN PdS promotes policies, programs, and partnerships that reduce and eliminate barriers to quality health care both within health systems and the community; reduce disparities in health outcomes; and foster ongoing health equity. The Alliance believes that every Coloradan has an equal opportunity to obtain healthcare that personally addresses their medical, mental, emotional, social determinants, and spiritual health needs. The alliance encourages PNs CHWs and PdS from throughout the state to join.
Job postings from our blog
Part-time Health Navigator at Children's Hospital Colorado Looking for an opportunity where your talent can make a meaningful difference in people’s lives? Children’s Hospital Colorado’s Community Health and Advocacy team is hiring for a part-time Health Navigator in...
Join Our Team! The Patient Navigation and Community Health Worker Program Coordinator will be responsible for maximizing the enrollment and completion of PNCT courses, coordination of projects and evaluation, provide support during training sessions, and assist with...
ACCORDS (Adult and Child Center for Outcomes Research and Delivery Science) through the University of Colorado School of Medicine is contracting with navigators in regions across the state to implement the school-based approach called Stop Asthma Attacks (SAA). Rates...