Denver doctors may have found the answer to a pandemic mystery: What happened to all the heart attacks?
A new study looks at the number of cardiac arrest deaths occurring at home in the time of coronavirus, comparing the stay-at-home period to prior months
Medics in Colorado dosed 902 people with ketamine for “excited delirium” in 2.5 years, including Elijah McClainBy Michael de Yoanna Health Primary category in which blog post is published
5 weeks into Colorado’s coronavirus crisis, state health officials begin to request patient demographic detailsBy Michael Booth Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
If it gets bad, Colorado doctors have a plan for who gets lifesaving coronavirus treatment — and who doesn’t
Colorado has not yet implemented its crisis standards of care, but one doctor says the state may be inching closer.
A Denver Health physician describes her first week with confirmed and suspected patients, and her isolating routine at home
From rationing masks to polishing emergency plans, here’s how Colorado hospitals are preparing for the coronavirus
Hospitals are required to have plans for emergencies like a potential outbreak of the COVID-19 virus
House Bill 1061 to make PrEP available at pharmacies without a doctor's visit is aimed at eliminating HIV infections in Colorado as prevention funding is cut and access plateaus
Colorado hospitals just avoided tens of millions of dollars in federal funding cuts — but it might not last
The cuts would most affect hospitals like Denver Health that care for a lot of uninsured patients
Denver Health, Mercy in Durango, find providing housing is safer, more cost effective for patients "stranded" in the system
An increasing number of Denver-area hospitals are offering patients medication in the emergency room to treat their dependencies in the hopes of nudging them into long-term care
Social groups with names like “Sober Not Boring” and “Sober AF” are seeking like-minded members tired of the drunk scene