WellPower, the community mental health center for Denver, will join forces with Jefferson Center, which serves Jefferson, Clear Creek and Gilpin counties
Medicaid officials and parents have debated the touchy subject for the past three years, since the pandemic isolated them in their homes without help
Graduates of the Englewood school are getting jobs as auto mechanics, welders, carpenters and electricians
A state committee recommended a rate increase, but autism therapy providers say several agencies have already shut their doors
A decision by Medicaid and Medicare means mostly the rich and those on the Front Range will be able to afford and access clinical trials for FDA-approved Lecanemab.
Tens of thousands of people in the state could lose Medicaid coverage as a result of work requirements, which are a major sticking point in federal debt ceiling negotiations
Colorado families with children on ventilators and using feeding tubes say they continue to receive denials from Medicaid
State lawmakers want Medicaid officials to seek federal approval and begin reimbursing for work that connects patients to resources that affect overall health
Hasta 325,000 personas podrían perder su cobertura de Medicaid en Colorado a lo largo del año que viene. Esta guía te dirá cómo guiarte por el proceso de renovación.
As many as 325,000 people could lose Medicaid coverage in Colorado over the coming year. This guide will tell you how to navigate that.