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It is with great pleasure and pride that Dr. Jamie Glover will be the newest addition to our primary care physician team at PeakMed. She is a board certified family physician who enjoys the full spectrum of family medicine to include infant and well child care, women’s and men’s health, sports medicine, minor procedures and behavioral health. Dr. Jamie Glover is now accepting new patients and is excited to be part of the solution in healthcare. If you would like to be a patient of Dr. Jamie Glover, please call 719 460-2159.
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If you think this is about patient care you may want to re-look at the relationships with publicly traded companies such as FirstChoice ED (soon to be UCHealth ER), CSHP sold to DeVita (a public company with a checkered past at best), etc... then sold to the public as better access. This is all about money, market share, corporate health, and in return it actually lowers the quality of our healthcare system and raises the costs of healthcare exponentially. Just look at your insurance premiums over the last 3 years as well as hospital facility fees, ED costs, and Primary care services on your next itemized bill.
I have watched over the last 5 years how Memorial and Centura have been in competition about locking up market share and purchasing private provider groups such as Colorado Springs Orthopedics, Front Range Orthopedics, multiple private Family Practices, GI practices, Cardiology practices, etc... This is and has never been about patient care, convenience, or quality. That is how they sell it to the public and try to justify the exploitation of the healthcare system, government coffers, and local communities.
In the end, they are considered "too big to fail" and we all know where that got us several years ago with the stock market.
I think that as a community, state, and country if we are truly trying to improve quality of care, true patient centered care, cost transparency, and a healthy population we need to revisit where medicine started centuries ago and start getting back to the basics.
Greed is an epidemic in the healthcare system and this article makes it very obvious that there are other agendas in play that have nothing to do with healthcare and everything to do with dollars.

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http://www.cnbc.com/id/102330644#

Nice article about the dysfunction of Obama Care

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