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Frequently Asked Questions

Colorado Physician Partners is an integrated group of independent primary care practices in the Denver area. Working collaboratively provides an increased opportunity to share best practices and create innovative solutions for improved quality of care. This includes operational efficiencies that free up practices to offer more services and resources to meet patient needs.

Here are answers to some of the most common questions about Colorado Physician Partners. If you are unable to find the answer to your question here, contact us to learn more.

Our goal is to offer comprehensive patient- and family-centered care and programs in a caring, convenient and cost-effective manner.

The Colorado Physician Partners practices are among the highest performing primary care practices in Denver. By joining Colorado Physician Partners, your provider is given an increased opportunity to improve care for our patients and create innovative solutions to problems. This includes efficiencies such as centralized billing. Colorado Physician Partners practices continue to be independent, which means not owned by a hospital, insurer or outside corporation. 

No. Your provider will not change.

No. Your co-pays and out-of-pockets costs will not change because your provider joined Colorado Physician Partners.

Colorado Physician Partners is contracted with most major commercial health insurance plans including Aetna, Anthem, Cigna and UnitedHealthcare, as well as an AARP® Medicare Advantage plan from UnitedHealthcare. See our Health Insurance page. For specific questions about your plan, ask the staff at your provider’s office.

We encourage you to continue to see your current provider. Our goal is to build a strong relationship with you and work together to help you manage your health and wellness.