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Educating employers to the value — as well as the costs — of employing aging workers has been the main focus of the “Aging Workforce” series. The figures have told of growing numbers of workers over the age of 40 and the difficulties many of them face after downsizing, military separation or simply trying to… Continue Reading Educating employers to the value and the cost of employing aging workers

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New breast cancer test to reach more women

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A new blood test that can aid in early breast cancer detection will increase in availability by October, which just happens to be Breast Cancer Awareness Month. So far, the Mammastatin Serum Assay (MSA) test has been limited to just a handful of labs in the United States, but with the impending sale of the… Continue Reading New breast cancer test to reach more women

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Colorado’s business climate is a little healthier after this year’s legislative session, but small-business advocates would like to schedule a checkup for next year. Health care affordability has become a mantra for owners of small businesses throughout the state, after they saw double-digit increases in their insurance premiums this year. Working with organizations like the… Continue Reading Legislature strives to make health care affordable

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At least one insurance company gets it. As physicians struggle to provide quality care and still manage to come out ahead financially, they’ve had to seriously re-evaluate the contracts they sign with insurance carriers. Capitated contracts were the kiss of death for many providers, as the costs incurred to treat patients far surpassed payments. Recognizing… Continue Reading Briefs: Fee-for-service contracts in health care+

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Briefs: 18.6 acres of land sells for $2.8M+

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If Colorado Springs is the land of honey, then developers are sticking to it. Circle Square Properties LLC of Brighton, Colo., bought 18.6 acres of land on the southeast corner of Circle Drive and Janitell Road for $2,834,994 from Recreational Investments and Management Inc. in Branson, Mo. The property is part of Harrison Business Park.… Continue Reading Briefs: 18.6 acres of land sells for $2.8M+

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Domestic violence programs important in workplace

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Most businesses would jump at the chance to both curb costs and improve the lives of their employees. Domestic violence awareness training is one of those programs for managers and other staff that can save money. And lives. A study by the American Bar Association’s commission on domestic violence found that family violence costs American… Continue Reading Domestic violence programs important in workplace

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