Seniors Want To Keep Access To Opioids As Medication That Works For ThemOne group of senior citizens believe that Colorado has gone too far in the fight against opioids, keeping them from people who truly need the medication for pain relief.
Former Assisted Living Facility To Be Turned Into CondosThe new owners of one of Denver’s largest assisted living facilities are turning it into condominiums.
New Bill Would Require Some To Work To Get Medicaid BenefitsAdvocates are protesting a bill that would require some Coloradoans to work in order to receive Medicaid benefits.
Conservative Utah Lets Women Get Birth Control From Pharmacy, Similar To ColoradoWomen in conservative Utah will soon be able to get birth control directly from a pharmacist rather than visiting a doctor each time they want to obtain or renew a prescription, a move taken by only a few other states, many of them liberal.
Doctor Turned State Lawmaker Weighs In On Health Care ReformA doctor turned state lawmaker says the best way to reform our health care system is for the government to set prices.
Assisted Living Residents Face Moving DeadlineThe residents of one of Denver’s largest assisted living facilities are running out of time to find a new home.
90,000+ Coloradans Could Lose Health Insurance If Congress Doesn't ActMore than 90,000 Coloradans could lose insurance if Congress does not approve government funding by Friday.
'It's Really, Really A Sad Day': Arapahoe House Announces ClosureThe largest provider of substance abuse treatment in Colorado is closing its doors.
Bill To Preserve Health Insurance For Colorado Kids Passes First HurdleThe Senate Finance Committee passed a bill co-sponsored by Colorado's U.S. senators -to reauthorize the Children's Health Insurance Program.
Colorado Building Up Millions In Unpaid Medicaid ClaimsColorado doctors and hospitals are claiming they're owed hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars, in unpaid Medicaid claims.
'It Can't Be Done': Hickenlooper On Health Care Without Federal HelpGov. John Hickenlooper and four other governors issued a warning to a U.S. Senate Committee in charge of health policy.
Colorado To Receive $5.5 Million In EpiPen SettlementColorado will get more than $5 million from the makers of EpiPen. The drug company Mylan has been accused of charging the government an outrageous price for the potentially life-saving drug.