Mission, Vision & Goals

The Institute is a Division of Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. It was formed to help Wyoming communities and their healthcare providers to develop a more proactive approach to patient care and population health management—reaching out to the residents beyond the traditional four walls of a hospital or a clinic to address the challenges of caring for frail or vulnerable populations, rising chronic disease rates, and the delivery of evidence-based preventive health services.

Staffed by more than a dozen healthcare professionals—including clinical providers, an epidemiologist, and a health care expert, and led by a national CMMI Innovation Advisor—the Institute applies principles of community health improvement, epidemiology, evidence-based health care delivery, health informatics/analytics, and even grant writing to identify and create demonstrations that realign funding to support care coordination and sustainable systems development.

The Institute’s aim is to disseminate and scale evidence-based systems enhancements, develop and implement effective population health measurement, and strengthen the state’s capacity to support long-term collaborations in support of community health planning and health care delivery transformation.

Our Programs

Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC)

Injury Prevention

Kohl’s Car Seat Distribution Program

Safe Kids Laramie County

WYDOT Highway Safety Programs

Care Delivery Continuum Transformation

Our Staff