Division of Insurance
Health insurance policies for nearly 29,000 Coloradans have been cancelled this year, some because they don’t meet standards under the Affordable Care Act.
Colorado has a plan to reduce health insurance premiums in the nation’s most expensive geographic zone.
A quarter-million Coloradans have gotten health insurance cancellation notices; many are complaining about higher premiums in many rural areas; and a new poll reflects deep skepticism in the state about the new health care law.
The Colorado health-exchange board is pushing for an overhaul to speed complex Medicaid and insurance applications.
More than 100,000 Coloradans are losing their health insurance because of the federal overhaul. That’s according to the state Division of Insurance in a count of lives on health plans canceled by 23 carriers in the wake of new requirements.
Coloradans without health insurance found out Friday what it will cost them to comply with the insurance mandate taking effect next year.
Colorado residents who need health insurance by the end of the year are going to have to wait a little longer to see what so-called “Obamacare” means for them.