Skip navigation

Home

TOP STORIES
KPCO's Senior VP and Chief Operating Officer Nancy Wollen was recognized on Thursday by the Denver Business Journal as the Innovation Leader as one of the DBJ’s Outstanding Women in Business Award winners (photo below). As a...
Brrr!  With warm hearts and shivering bodies, a hearty KPCO team recently accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from the folks over at Connect For Health Colorado. In addition to our Neurology Department taking the challenge, KPCO will be...
About a year ago, 50-year-old Sam Wood, a member of our of Educational Theatre Program, received some blunt advice from our region’s Weight Management lead, Dr. Troy Donahoo. Weighing in at nearly 300 pounds, Donahoo told Sam he ...
Starting Aug. 1, the State of Colorado's Medicaid program implemented a new pharmacy rule that limits the number of pain relief tablets a Medicaid member can be prescribed per day. The new rule limits a member to no more than 4 tablets per day...
SPOTLIGHT
Angry patients are sometimes a fact of life in health care. But how we deal with that anger is a skill that can be learned. TAKE TWO #11 provides some good advice on how you can deal with anger in the workplace. For example, it’s important that you resist the instinctive urge to ‘fight or flee.’ And you have to consciously tell yourself to physically relax and pay attention to the actual physical space you and the member might be in.
8.20.14