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
Colorado law protects coverage for preventive services — but that protection doesn’t extend to all insurance plans in the state
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey observes that health insurers are squawking at Colorado Gov. Jared Polis’ low-cost signature health insurance program, the Colorado Option.
In new regulatory filings, insurers say they cannot lower prices enough to meet the Colorado Option’s goals
That’s why lawmakers should pass the Analyze Statewide Publicly Financed Health Care Act. It will give Coloradans the evidence they need to decide whether to adopt a single-payer system.
UCHealth and Intermountain Healthcare are creating a “clinically integrated network” that gives patients whose insurance contracts with them access to their physicians, clinics and hospitals
Reporting 35,000 new registrants, the controversial government-guided health insurance plan marks a ground shift in the health care industry
Approximately 35,000 people signed up for Colorado Option health insurance plans during the most recent open enrollment period