UCHealth and Intermountain Healthcare are creating a “clinically integrated network” that gives patients whose insurance contracts with them access to their physicians, clinics and hospitals
If a student needs additional resources, they would be referred to state-run program offering free therapy sessions
Medical doctors and psychiatrists say it’s dangerous to let non-medically trained psychologists prescribe mental health medications.
Approximately 35,000 people signed up for Colorado Option health insurance plans during the most recent open enrollment period
Recent findings at libraries in Englewood and Boulder, as well as the Englewood Civic Center, led the City of Littleton to perform testing “out of an abundance of caution”
Boulder County repurposed one of its office buildings to provide temporary outpatient drug addiction treatment. Now, they are looking to buy a property for inpatient recovery.
XBB.1.5 — nicknamed the “Kraken” — has yet to hit Colorado in full force. When it does, it could drive a new wave of infections.
Worst-ever outbreak leads to slaughter of 6 million-plus chickens and has killed enough eagles and other raptors to raise wildlife fears.
Investment losses and higher staffing and supply costs are all contributing, but one expert cautions to look at the long-term picture
The EPA is using the Civil Rights Act to probe whether Colorado’s regulation of major polluters, like Suncor, discriminates against minority residents