Five policy themes that align with value-based care and that could be driven by private and public sector stakeholders might help move Colorado providers, payors and consumers toward arrangements yielding better care at lower costs.
The move to build smaller homes comes at a time that home prices — and square footage — continue to rise.
The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce hosted a Business Legislative Preview before session opens for 2019.
Row homes provide buyers with the autonomy of a detached, single-family home with a private entrance, garage and outdoor space, combined with the lock-and-leave, low maintenance benefits of a condo building without being on-top-of or below another unit.
Corporate charitable arms can build stronger communities — and brands. But they can also attract young professionals who increasingly want to work for businesses that go beyond profit and loss.
With all the new scooters and bikes, it seems as if the city transportation authorities were caught flat-footed, like they had no idea they were coming.
This will be the year consumers and businesses begin to pull back, and all these factors could contribute to a challenging economic environment.
The impetus for Stateless’ platform stems from problems with the “shift of workload from the enterprise to the public cloud,” Kablan says.
Some generational experts believe Millennials have kick-started a movement towards less material items and smaller living.
The signing of the 2018 Farm Bill will provide economic stimulation, bring countless jobs and income potential back to the American soil.
Stay tuned for our 2019 forecast in the coming weeks.
With community making and relationships in mind, new mountain residential developments such as Summit Sky Ranch are making amenities a key component.