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In January 2014, all regions were asked to institute the new “Believe Me” policy to facilitate the ability of Individual Exchange and Medicaid members to receive care if their membership data was delayed getting into our membership...
You’ve heard the term ‘Total Health,’ and for Aurora Centrepoint’s Sharon Mayes, it resonates on a very personal level. Emotional, real-life events led Sharon to make some hard choices, and nearly 100 pounds of lost weight...
In issue #4 of our Growing Strong Newsletter, you’ll find out about the latest in our efforts to come up with workable solutions to deal with our historic growth in membership. In her opening remarks in the latest edition of the newsletter,...
For more than two decades, 5280 Magazine has asked Denver-area physicians whom they would trust to treat themselves or a loved one, specialty by specialty. And nearly every year, a wide variety of KPCO physicians are singled out by their colleagues...
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One of our greatest strengths as an organization is that we're dedicated to providing compassionate care to all our members everyday. But in today’s hectic health care world, especially here at KPCO with our recent huge increase in membership, many of us are finding our ability to provide compassionate care getting severely challenged. In fact, the signs of burnout and ‘compassion fatigue’ can already be seen in our caring ranks.
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