A Q&A with former Centura Health CEO, and new CommonSpirit Health division president, Peter Banko on why Centura dissolved and what comes next
As COVID-19 evolves, we must, too. But what does healthy prevention look like several years after the virus has emerged?
My attempt to address foot pain has led me down a multiple-month process that highlights how inefficient our health care system remains.
State regulators are hoping the so-called “insurtech” company can stay solvent in the state through the end of the year
Although insurers have protested the low-cost, state-designed health plan, its vital signs appear stable, Sun cartoonist Jim Morrissey observes.
Public hearings over prices for Colorado Option plans were supposed to kick off this week, but the first one was canceled
Friday Health Plans’ announcement comes after it hit regulatory turmoil in Texas and other states
The Colorado Sun combed through the 600-plus bills introduced at the Capitol this year to find the ones that will affect — or would have affected — your life
The new laws cement Colorado’s reputation as a refuge for people in other parts of the country governed by laws that limit when people can terminate a pregnancy or transition their gender
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey notes that Colorado reached a settlement with Juul Labs for illegally marketing e-cigarettes to young people and misrepresenting their health risks.