Articles By John Ingold

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Why Colorado hospitals just sued the Polis administration over the health care reinsurance program

The hospitals are challenging a rule that requires them to pay fees to support the reinsurance program in the first half of 2020

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Your guide to all the ways health care may be about to change in Colorado

Health care looks to be one of the biggest -- if not the biggest -- fight in the coming legislative session. How it turns out will shape how you receive and pay for medical services in the future.

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These 9 themes helped define Colorado in 2019. Here are the stories that illuminated them.

Our annual list of longform journalism about Colorado covers loss and rebirth, scarcity and overload, migration and belonging

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4 numbers that explain the $165 million funding controversy around Gov. Polis’ reinsurance program

As legislative budget writers raise questions about the program’s cost, supporters defend it as bringing meaningful benefits to Coloradans

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How do Coloradans want the state’s health care system to work? It depends on how you ask.

Two new polls offer a look at the public’s sometimes contradictory opinions on health care reform, where more details are not always a good thing

Colorado may try to import prescription drugs from more countries than just Canada

The idea is one of several lawmakers are drafting, as Gov. Jared Polis’ administration signals a new campaign to fight rising pharmaceutical costs

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A procrastinator’s guide to buying health insurance in Colorado

Health insurance shoppers have until Dec. 15 to buy coverage that will kick in Jan. 1. Open enrollment for plans starting later lasts through Jan. 15.

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Colorado could soon get a lot of money from opioid settlements. But where should those dollars go?

In a new Colorado Health Institute survey, experts weighed between spending money on treatment, prevention and other priorities

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The Polis administration wants a greater say over hospital prices for more than 1 million Coloradans

A forthcoming rule is the result of a bill passed earlier this year, but hospitals and insurance companies remain wary