Colorado’s reinsurance program could fall $50 million short next year, according to health insurer estimates
State wouldn’t be on the hook for cost overruns, but they could cause insurers to raise rates again for 2021
As Polis touts price drops from Summit County health insurance alliance, hospitals are skeptical it can work statewideBy John Ingold Health Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s reinsurance program is the biggest thing to happen to health care in the state in years. It might not last.
With a federal lawsuit looming over the entire Affordable Care Act, are this year’s big insurance savings just a one-time deal?
The U.S. senator from Colorado’s presidential campaign is reaching a pivotal moment with Wednesday's second Democratic debate
Colorado lawmakers approved a public option for health insurance. Now the state has to figure out how to actually build it.
A stakeholder meeting in Keystone shows how many different ideas there are on what should be -- and what shouldn’t be -- included in a state-backed health insurance plan.
High costs, low rates and scarce job applicants are forcing ambulance services to consolidate, take on new tasks and outsource
Colorado attorney general intervenes in $4.3 billion DaVita-UnitedHealth merger just as deal is finalized
DaVita Medical Group owns two large physicians’ groups in Colorado Springs totaling more than 100 doctors, meaning the sale would have affected patients in the region
Here are five numbers to better understand the reinsurance program, which would help people who buy health coverage on their own
State reforms were propelled in Colorado by advocates who accuse the federal government of “erasing” trans people