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Prime Health Challenge, Sponsored by PeakMed, Awards Health-Tech Innovators

Four health-tech startups shared a $150,000 prize after competing in the fourth annual Prime Health Challenge, Oct. 19. The event’s goal is to help advance health care technologies that improve the experience for doctors and patients.

Three Technology Must-Haves to Innovate Health Care

Technology in medicine is crucial to make health care more efficient and cost-effective. When electronic medical records became a reality, the transition within an industry that relied on paper may have been a bit painful, but now it makes the best use of employees’ time. It is easier to share records between departments, get lab results quickly and send off prescriptions directly to a patient’s pharmacy.

Why the Solution to Health Care Doesn’t Lie with Insurance Reform

This year has seen quite the “health care” debate. Members of Congress believe they have the solution to make health care affordable and keep health insurance markets from collapsing. But the so-called health care debate in Washington has nothing to do with actual health care, it has to do with health insurance. To solve the problems with actual health care, it’s time to work with the providers and the “boots on the ground,” because dealing with the insurance system is not the answer.

Five Healthy Habits for High School Athletes

We all know the saying, “practice makes perfect.” Becoming a successful athlete requires polishing your craft and ensuring your body is up to the challenge.  For high school athletes who want to take their performance to the next level, developing healthy habits is crucial in keeping them energized, attentive and performing at their peak. Craig Kilpatrick, M.D. from our PeakMed LifeCenter in Englewood, Colo. introduces us to some healthy habits for your high schooler.

We all know the saying, “practice makes perfect.” Becoming a successful athlete requires polishing your craft and ensuring your body is up to the challenge.  For high school athletes who want to take their performance to the next level, developing healthy habits is crucial in keeping them energized, attentive and performing at their peak. Craig Kilpatrick, M.D. from our PeakMed LifeCenter in Englewood, Colo. introduces us to some healthy habits for your high schooler.

$5.5M Raise, Led by ASI Capital, Allows for PeakMed's Expansion

PeakMed has announced a $5.5 million fundraise, led by ASI Capital, LLC, which will support PeakMed’s expansion to include new LifeCenters, telemedicine technology, vehicles for house calls and additional staff.

PeakMed: Next Event Announces House Call Service, Salutes Partners, Members and Staff

Thank you to everyone who turned out for our PeakMed: Next event in Colorado Springs recently. With more than 100 attendees, we were able to socialize with our members, staff and partners as well as recognize them for helping us get to where we are today. We also had time to discuss big news that is coming for the company.

Drew Kallestad Named EVP of Broker and Employer Engagement

PeakMed has named Drew Kallestad to the newly created position of executive vice president of broker and employer engagement.

PeakMed Named One of Colorado Companies to Watch in 2017

We are proud to announce PeakMed was named as one of Colorado Companies to Watch. At the awards gala Friday night, PeakMed and a select number of other Colorado companies were given the honor.

Get To Know PeakMed In 60 Seconds

Dr. Mark Tomasulo explains PeakMed Direct Primary Care in 60 seconds. Direct Primary Care is so simple, that it can actually be challenging to explain to those who have never heard of it!  If you ever find yourself needing to quickly explain Direct Primary Care to friends, family, or co-workers, just show them this 60-second intro to PeakMed Direct Primary Care, by Dr. Mark Tomasulo, founder and Chief Medical Officer of PeakMed.

Governor Hickenlooper Signs New Direct Primary Care Bill Into Law

After months of work by sponsoring members of Colorado's House, Colorado Academy of Family Physicians, and several Direct Primary Care physicians here in Colorado, led in part by Dr. Mark Tomasulo, founder of PeakMed, HB 17-1115 was finally signed into law yesterday by Governor John Hickenlooper. The new law concerns the establishment of direct primary health care agreements to operate without regulation by the Colorado Division of Insurance.