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Critics worried Colorado’s new law capping insulin costs would raise insurance rates. It hasn’t.

The law could save patients hundreds of dollars a month, but it’s still unclear how many will benefit

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As Polis touts price drops from Summit County health insurance alliance, hospitals are skeptical it can work statewide

The Peak Health Alliance will save people thousands of dollars a year, Gov. Jared Polis said Monday

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How much does an ER visit cost in Colorado? It depends on where you go.

A new analysis sheds light on the importance of facilities fees and severity levels in hospital pricing

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With objections from Canada and drug companies, Colorado’s plan to import prescription medicines could be in trouble

The U.S. government recently gave its support to importing cheaper drugs, but Canadian officials are pushing back and could potentially block exports

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Gov. Polis is looking to take innovative Summit County health insurance alliance model statewide

A Colorado health insurance co-op, modeled after the Peak Health Alliance, could give employers greater leverage when negotiating health care prices

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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?

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A Colorado plan to dramatically lower health insurance prices for some now awaits federal approval

Here are five numbers to better understand the reinsurance program, which would help people who buy health coverage on their own

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Another possible reason for high health prices in Colorado: a lack of competition among hospitals and insurance companies

A new report from the Colorado Health Institute shows how, when choices in the health care market lag, prices rise

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How much do you pay for hospital services in Colorado? Likely many times more than what Medicare does.

Colorado hospitals rank among the most expensive in a RAND Corp. study. Hospitals say the numbers are misleading.