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Kaiser announces second medical office in Springs

Kaiser announces second medical office in Springs

Kaiser Permanente Colorado, the state’s largest nonprofit health plan, announced Monday that its second Colorado Springs medical office will be at 215 Parkside Drive. The Parkside Medical Offices will provide access to primary care, laboratory, pharmacy and routine medical imaging services under one roof. The Parkside Medical Offices will open to Kaiser Permanente members in… Continue Reading Kaiser announces second medical office in Springs

Kaiser Permanente is unique in Southern Colorado in that we function as a health insurer and a health care provider. This integrated system allows us to provide our members with affordable, high-quality care. Patient care delivery is led by the Colorado Permanente Medical Group, a team of more than 1,000 physicians serving as the “Permanente”… Continue Reading Kaiser developing relationships with local physicians

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By Dr. Richard Spurlock Individuals and employers alike are navigating a complex health care system these days. In Colorado Springs, Kaiser Permanente is working to address this complexity head-on as it incorporates technology, evidence-based research and collaborative care teams to provide high-quality, coordinated patient care. Kaiser Permanente is unique in that it is both an… Continue Reading Kaiser offers integrated, coordinated patient care

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Kaiser to open new health care center

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Kaiser to open new health care center

Kaiser Permanente will open the doors to its new specialty center in Lone Tree Dec. 2. This is the largest construction project in Colorado in nearly a decade. Since 2010, Kaiser membership statewide has grown 10.5 percent to more than 540,000, including 128,000 members from the South Metro Denver area. The health plan opened new… Continue Reading Kaiser to open new health care center

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Kudos! – October 18, 2013

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Wal-Mart Foundation grants $34,000 Pikes Peak Community Action Agency received a $34,000 grant from the Wal-Mart Foundation for its Transition to Independence Program. The agency estimated that the grant will help PPCAA be able to help an additional 40 low-income individuals. Discover Goodwill goes Gold Discover Goodwill of Southern and Western Colorado was elevated to… Continue Reading Kudos! – October 18, 2013

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Kaiser launches weekly podcast

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Kaiser Permanente Colorado launched a new weekly podcast called Total Health Radio on Wednesday. Total Health Radio is Kaiser Permanente’s first national venture into the world of podcasting. 

The podcast series, recorded and produced in Colorado, will cover a wide range of topics — especially women’s and family health — with the help of local… Continue Reading Kaiser launches weekly podcast

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Kaiser wins Corporation of the Year award

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Kaiser Permanente received the Corporation of the Year award from the Rocky Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council last week. The award recognizes the corporation or government agency that has shown a commitment to minority business development, and was nominated by one of the council’s certified minority businesses. “Kaiser Permanente is pleased to receive this award… Continue Reading Kaiser wins Corporation of the Year award

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Kaiser to cover transgender services in its plans

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A year ago, transgender people in Colorado were facing trouble getting health insurance plans to cover medically necessary treatments. People around the state were having trouble getting both routine tests and specific treatments paid for by insurance.. No longer. Now at least two health insurance plans have pledged to cover all services for all Coloradans.… Continue Reading Kaiser to cover transgender services in its plans

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The Community Health Partnership received a grant for $22,500 from Kaiser Permanente to support the Coordinated Access to Community Health program. CATCH is a program for low-income residents that provides referrals for primary care, speciality consultations and ancillary services like x-rays and laboratory tests. Doctors donate services to patients and a prescription drug program is… Continue Reading CHP receives grant for medical care for low-income residents

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Kaiser to give $3 million to improve student health

Kaiser Permanente will give $3 million to the Colorado Legacy Foundation to improve school students’ health. The groups involved in the venture also include the Colorado Department of Education and the Colorado Coalition for Healthy Schools. The new school healthy policy and practice data collection program will create the needed infrastructure to measure, track and… Continue Reading Kaiser to give $3 million to improve student health

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