Colorado’s health insurance exchange is facing more scrutiny from the Legislature.
Colorado lawmakers changed course Wednesday and moved toward giving the state’s health insurance exchange its deepest review yet.
Colorado officials are reporting 171,000 people have gotten health insurance under the Affordable Care Act for this year.
Colorado’s state-run health insurance exchange is going before state lawmakers to answer questions about mismanagement allegations in a recent state audit.
Lawmakers want a comprehensive audit of Colorado’s health insurance exchange after a state report criticized how officials are spending federal funds.
Individual insurance sign-ups under Colorado’s health care exchange are running ahead of the pace from a year ago, when the marketplace opened for the first time, state officials announced Monday.
Colorado insurance Commissioner Marguerite Salazar is urging people to take advantage of smoking cessation programs at no cost through plans under the country’s new health-care law.
Colorado’s state-run insurance exchange opened for its second year of business Saturday, and health officials are hoping to attract a third more customers.
Open enrollment for health insurance begins on Saturday and those who do not have insurance will face stiff penalties.
Coloradans getting health-insurance subsidies may have to pay more for coverage next year, or switch insurers.