Colorado Division of Insurance
Colorado health insurance regulators may announce a new plan Friday for geographic rating zones that help determine insurance premiums.
Colorado will give health insurers more time to offer plans that don’t meet the new federal requirements under the Affordable Care Act.
Colorado will give health insurers another year to offer plans that don’t meet new federal requirements. Insurance regulators announced the change Friday but say they don’t know how many insurers will take up the offer, or how many consumers will sign up to extend non-compliant plans.
Colorado insurance regulators have been taking a look at why health insurance premiums vary so widely between urban and rural areas, and they’re releasing some of their findings Friday.
The controversy between Sen. Udall’s staff and the Colorado Division of Insurance is serving as an example of how news surrounding Obamacare is presented will come to define the 2014 election.
A state lawmaker is calling for an investigation after accusations that Sen. Mark Udall’s office tried to bully a state agency into making the Affordable Care Act roll out look better.
Republicans are accusing Colorado U.S. Sen. Mark Udall of trying to put pressure on state health officials to change the number of people who had their health insurance policies cancelled because of the national health care overhaul.
President Obama says that if you’ve lost your health insurance policy because of the affordable Care Act, you can get it back. That may not be the case for everyone.
President Barack Obama is apologizing to Americans who are losing their current health insurance plans. Millions of people are getting cancellation notices, including about 250,000 Coloradans.
More than 1,400 Colorado consumers may be eligible for compensation under a class action settlement over denial of claims related to a cancer and disease expense policy.