Up until Monday’s deadline for insurance companies to file their intentions it was unclear if insurance giant Anthem, or another carrier, might back out.
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"I'm just astounded, quite frankly, I'm absolutely astounded," Glenn Haggstrom told The Associated Press in a rare interview.
Part of what makes Skyline Academy unique is where it’s located; on a revolutionary new campus that invites the community in to garden, cook and get therapy.
The Mental Health Youth Action Board was created by Children’s Hospital Colorado to address a wave of young people under stress.
Gov. John Hickenlooper says he thinks Colorado can reach the emissions goals set in Paris, but calls the emissions targets "ambitious."
The governor is considering barring Anthem from the state's lucrative Medicaid contracts if the insurer decides to leave.
The mayors of nine cities say they'll honor the standards created by the Paris accords, and the state's rules on methane were the basis for current federal guidelines.
The Republican is among a group of senators shaping the GOP bill, and he has concerns about the version the House passed.
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield will decide this June whether to stay in Colorado's individual insurance market, created under the Affordable Care Act.
Under Obamacare, Colorado’s uninsured rate dropped significantly. But insurers have left the market, premiums have skyrocketed, and rural folks are in a big bind.
About half of patients at Denver Health rely on Medicaid. The expansion of Medicaid also helps the hospital increase primary care and reduce ER visits.
University of Colorado pediatrician Eric Sigel identifies a major health concern for teens -- the availability of firearms in homes. Sigel has studied the problem in two Denver neighborhoods.
The two have found a plant-based compound that extends the lifespan of male mice. Now they want to figure out how to do the same with female mice. Eventually, they hope to help humans live healthier lives into old age.
The GAO found that commanders don't usually follow military policies that are meant to protect injured troops. Thousands of those injured soldiers who got kicked out likely can't get health care at the VA.