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According to experts in the field of property management, the times they have been a-changin’. No longer is the field dominated by single building owners, responsible for all maintenance, rent collection and leasing. Today’s property managers are often responsible for multiple properties and thousands of units — perhaps part of a Real Estate Investment Trust… Continue Reading Today’s property manager poised for new challenges

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What do a Baptist church in Texas, Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville in Key West, Florida, an oil and gas company in New Mexico, several Texas school districts and a well-known Colorado Springs architectural firm all have in common? The answer: BDA Administrators, a third party administration (TPA) company, based in Colorado Springs. BDA Administrators, started by… Continue Reading Dishing out self-service healthcare and employee benefits

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Point-of-sale management merchant Insurance Technologies recently entered into an agreement with Centrelink Insurance and Financial Services to provide marketing services to Centrelink’s 40,000 agents via IT’s ForeSight software package and support services. Most insurance brokers typically work with a limited number of insurance carriers when getting insurance quotes. The problem isn’t the number of carriers… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Technology Briefs: September 14, 2001

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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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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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Swagata Guha, a principal partner with the Colorado Springs architectural firm Design Edge PC, is seeing a lot more volume in the custom housing business. That’s consistent with what the industry is experiencing nationwide. Architecture services are once again “poised for growth” after four months of declining business, according to the American Institute of Architects’… Continue Reading Briefs: Housing industry experiences growth+

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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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