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New idea shifts medical care

Everybody’s been there — sitting in an emergency room or urgent care clinic for tedious hour after tedious hour, listening to crying children, coughing patients and trying not to touch anything for fear of germs. It’s a scene that’s replayed around the nation, 1.2 billion times a year, and it’s only going to get worse… Continue Reading New idea shifts medical care

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Spectranetics Corp., a medical device company based in Colorado Springs, has agreed in principle to pay $8.5 million to settle a securities class-action suit against the company and several of its current and former officers and directors. The publicly traded company this morning also said it was ready to settle a stockholder derivative case naming… Continue Reading Spectranetics to pay $8.5 million to settle securities suits

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Real Estate Briefs August 9, 2002

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No flowery prose today – there’s too much real estate news to pass on. From the opening of the 2002 Parade of Homes to the Urban Land Institute’s mid-year projections and a plethora of new transactions to report, the dog days of August will be anything but dull. HBA’s Parade of Homes Runs August 9-25… Continue Reading Real Estate Briefs August 9, 2002

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Public health represents a challenge most people wish someone else would handle. After all, the business of indigent or uninsured health care is tricky – lots of need with not enough service providers willing to accept and treat a growing and underserved population. The El Paso County Board of Health and the Environment has been… Continue Reading Medical community at odds over politics of local health care

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