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It Could Happen to Anyone

Friday, April 11, 2014
If I’ve learned anything over the past half-century, it’s that you never know when you might need a hand – the proverbial “kindness of strangers” or be able to lend a hand to someone in need. From 2010-2013, I worked as a daily, online columnist on energy issues, the peak of a 30-year career as a journalist. My “shtick” was writing about the democratization of energy; in other words, making it available and affordable to all. Early in 2013, my  
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It's Time for Handshakes

Thursday, March 27, 2014
It’s hard to believe the end of open-enrollment for coverage on Connect for Health Colorado is fast approaching. It seems like yesterday Doctors Care became a Certified Assistance Site, and we were anxiously preparing for October 1, wondering how the heck we were going to pull this off. I guess time flies when you’re enrolling people in coverage! However, that’s not to say the last six months have been easy. Our Health Coverage Guides have dealt with finicky computer interf 
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To Flu Shot or Not to Flu Shot

Thursday, March 13, 2014
Parents often wonder if a flu shot is worth the stress it causes the family. Here are some guidelines to help you determine who really needs an annual flu shot. Patients who are younger than 5 years-old and older than 65-years-old are at a higher risk of developing complications from the flu. Patients younger than 2-years-old are particularly at risk. Knowing this, parents often wonder how they can protect their vulnerable newborns. It’s simple - vaccinate those most likely to  
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Encore Career

Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Recently someone mentioned to me that they were exploring an encore career. What a positive way to plan the next step in a journey towards impacting on our world! Over the past few months I have had the pleasure of meeting several people who had recently retired, or who had played enough bridge, cleaned out the last closet and now had extra time in the week to volunteer. These are folks who have spent their careers working in telecommunications, insurance, medicine, teaching, and administrat 
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Eyes on the Prize

Friday, January 24, 2014
As we start the new year with the ringing of health care reform in our ears, there is great potential for positive changes to happen. Much focus has been put on the problems of transitioning to government supported health care. I believe we will soon be experiencing positive outcomes that come from giving a larger number of people access to health care. Doctors Care has positioned itself to assist in this transition by connecting our patients with health care coverage. In the Clinic, w 
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