Colorado sues Trump administration over mandate that insurance companies send separate bill for abortion coverageBy Jesse Paul Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
Opinion: Let’s stop choosing between buying food or healthcare. The urgent need for Medicare-for-allBy Jessica King McLaughlin Opinion
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
Three reasons why Colorado lawmakers spend so much time tinkering with health insurance for a small percentage of people
The individual market dominates discussions at the state Capitol about how to reform health coverage
To fund their No. 1 health care priority, Colorado lawmakers look to a new source: Money originally earmarked for affordable housing
The program would be smaller and hospitals would have to chip in less, but Colorado's reinsurance bill still faces hurdles
Colorado’s proposed first-in-the-nation health insurance program just got a big rewrite. Here’s what changed.
Colorado hospitals say they want to see lower insurance premiums, even if it means they must foot the bill
Colorado lawmakers are backing big health care system changes. But the Trump administration may get the final say
Even if Colorado lawmakers pass bills to address high insurance and prescription drug costs, the plans still need approval from the federal government
Colorado lawmakers nixed an experiment to allow people to buy into state employees’ health coverage. Here’s why
The inability to make the proposed pilot program work could impact Colorado’s plan to create a health insurance “public option”
Colorado joins lawsuit against Trump administration’s effort to increase Obamacare birth-control exemptions
The legal action was one that Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser, a Democrat, promised in January to join
Summit County health care prices force families to make desperate decisions. A new plan for how consumers buy coverage could change that.
The Peak Health Alliance could become a statewide model for how to give patients an upper hand over prices