In "The Takeover," Pockross writes about relocating her parents from Chicago to Denver to become their primary caregiver.
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The ratio of caregivers to those who need help will decline by half as Colorado's elderly population increases, according to AARP.
Connect for Health's leaders are crafting a plan they say will make the program financially sustainable.
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If the health exchange board approves the 3.5 percent charge for premiums, the fee for a $4,000 yearly plan would go up by $84.
The standing orders establish a set of conditions that streamline prescribing the medication.
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When the U.S. introduced the measles vaccine, childhood deaths from all infections plummeted. Scientists think they might know why: Benefits of the measles vaccine go way beyond the measles.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment received $300,000 earmarked in the state's new $25 billion budget for prescription disposal.
Dr. William Jones, co-director of the stroke program at UC Hospital, says the new unit could be "a game changer."
Kevin Patterson is expected to resign as Gov. John Hickenlooper chief administrative officer to become interim chief executive officer of Colorado's Health Insurance Marketplace.
Doctors at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver are part of a pilot program experimenting with a device that doesn't require surgery like the pacemaker currently on the market.
The VA originally estimated the project costs at $328 million. Last month, the costs had escalated to $1.73 billion.
A roundup of the 2015 legislative session shows that bills that made health care more efficient or expanded access passed. Those tied to social issues did not.