Our Unique Place in Healthcare

By Jackson Stevens

Over our thirteen-year history, Commerce Kitchen has designed, built, and supported business intelligence and clinical/EHR analytics engines for medical groups such as the Emergency Physicians of Porter Hospital, built public-facing technology platforms for DaVita’s EHR division and Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers, and engineered cutting-edge expert systems for fast-growth claims management companies.

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Commerce Kitchen Lands Amongst DBJ’s Top 10 Healthiest Employers

By Jen Martinez
February 23, 2016

Last week, a few of us from Commerce Kitchen attended the Denver Business Journal’s Healthiest Employers Luncheon. As nominees for Denver’s Healthiest Employers, we had the opportunity to be amongst a great group of organizations who invest in their employees’ health and wellness. These nominated organizations vary in industry and size, but all have one […]

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Is the Résumé Still Relevant?

By Jackson Stevens
June 29, 2015

My résumé did not lead me to my current position at Commerce Kitchen. In reality, my résumé has done nothing for me. Two years ago, I envisioned a game plan to transition from arts nonprofit fundraising to tech for-profit business development. My hunch at the time was that in order for me to successfully land […]

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Building a Culture of Assistance

By Jen Martinez
February 24, 2015

Business is hard. It’s tough to build, tough to maintain, and tough to grow. And none of us can go it alone. This week, I saw some old friends, caught up with recent acquaintances, and made new connections. While I was spending time with all of these fantastic folks, I realized that I was hearing similar […]

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"I Attended Denver Startup Week. Now What?"

By Jen Martinez
September 26, 2014

In case you’ve been living under a rock, Denver Startup Week has come and gone. It was a long, fun week filled with informative sessions and alcohol-rich social events. Now that it’s over, what are we supposed to do? Yes, getting back to our normal lives has been a huge relief, but if you’re still looking […]

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Denver Does NOT Get 300 Days of Sunshine.

By Chad Lundgren
September 23, 2014

Lies, Damned Lies, and Days of Sunshine In damn near every tourist article about Denver, the tired old stat of “Denver gets 300 days of sunshine” gets trotted out. It is sometimes qualified with “almost”, but not nearly often enough. There’s just one problem. It’s not true.

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