Ambulatory Health Promotion

The Ambulatory Health Promotion (AHP) is a population health management collaboration between University of Colorado Health and University Physicians, Inc. The purpose of AHP is to enhance the delivery of preventive and chronic disease services by providing proactive outreach to select University of Colorado Health (UCH) patients to help them be up-to-date with preventive care guidelines. We currently have the following established outreach programs: 

  1. Preventive Services Outreach Program – the purpose of this program is to outreach to patients who are overdue for guideline-based recommended services, including health maintenance visits, cervical cancer screening, diabetes/lipid screenings, immunizations, breast cancer and osteoporosis screenings. 
  2. Colorectal Screening Outreach and Reminder Programs - the purpose of these programs is to outreach to patients overdue for colorectal screening. 
  3. Diabetes Management Outreach Program​ – the purpose of this program is to outreach to diabetic patients who are not meeting their recommended diabetic care goals, as determined by the American Diabetic Association.
  4. Transitions of Care Program - the purpose of this program is to prevent hospital readmissions and improve patient care.

AHP Director:                        

Lisa Schilling, MD, MSPH            


AHP Coordinators:            

Alexandra Marcus, MA, LSW      

Crystal Reingardt, MPH            

Tiffany Schommer, MPH            

Amy Fitzgerald, MS   

AHP Program Administrative Assistant:                            

Rita Lebovic

Contact Information:
Ambulatory Health Promotion

Division of General Internal Medicine, B180

AO1, Room 8506

12631 East 17th Avenue

Aurora, Colorado 80045

Phone: 303-724-5944

Fax: 303-724-2270​