The work of the El Paso County Medical Society, powered by ProPractice, is made possible by the support of the following sponsors:
COPIC is a leading provider of medical professional liability insurance and recognized for its industry-leading patient safety and risk management programs. We work with physicians, healthcare professionals, group practices, hospitals and other medical facilities to support improved medical outcomes and patient care.
COPIC insureds have access to the following benefits:
- Educational activities that include a wide array of in-person seminars and on-demand courses
- On-site reviews that help integrate best practices and address high-risk areas
- a 24/7 hotline to talk with physician risk managers in urgent situations
- Resources to address unexpected outcomes: COPIC's 3Rs Program, a nationally recognized communication and resolution program
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Our mission is to Make Life Great by taking outstanding care of our customers and creating long-term relationships. We live by our values and strive to always put the customer first, get the basics right, and do the right thing.
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Since 1980, the team at Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care has helped thousands of patients and their families face the physical, emotional and spiritual demands of life-limiting illness.