How to access the new patient portal: Please call the front desk at 303-708-0246 for assistance if you don’t have your user name for the new patient portal. After contacting the front desk, you will receive two emails from firstname.lastname@example.org, one with the subject of “Resend Login Details” and one with the subject of “Forgot Password”. It might take 5 minutes to get these two emails. If you cannot find them in the Inbox, please check your spam/junk mail folders. Click here to access the Patient Portal login page. Click “Continue to Portal” and use the given user name and password in these 2 emails to login. You will be… Continue Reading The New Patient Portal at CureMD
More than 60 million Americans experience acid reflux at least once a month, according to the Mayo Clinic. A common medical condition that occurs when stomach acid flows into the esophagus, throat and mouth, acid reflux often causes the symptom known as heartburn. “After digesting a meal, a muscular, valve-like ring located between the stomach and esophagus opens to allow food into the stomach. When this valve does not close properly or loses muscle tone, acid starts to creep up into the esophagus,” says Dr. Diana Milling, a naturopath at Advanced Integrative Medicine in Lone Tree. When heartburn occurs more than twice a week for an extended period of time,… Continue Reading Banish Acid Reflux The Natural Way
We want our patients aware that at Advanced Integrative Medicine we understand that insurance carriers have been increasing deductibles and monthly rates for the past four years. Since that time it has not been widely known that, we have added the option to our patients to pay cash for their visits, vaccines, blood draws and tests.
AIM donated 187 pounds of food and toiletries to benefit the clients of the Douglas/Elbert Task Force in September 2016. Click “+” sign to learn more.
The past few years have been a very interesting ride for health care and it has definitely kept our small office on our toes. We are very happy to announce that we have passed Meaningful Use and PQRS, these are the measurements that offices are now required to meet for the government. These measurements take stock of electronic medical records, patient care, effective visits and above all costs to the industry. We do have to say that even after working very hard taking care of our patients, at times we are met with a certified letter, stating that our providers are taking too long seeing patients and because of this… Continue Reading Health Care News