The CEO of Connect for Health Colorado says the state's health care exchange is in good shape in the face of federal turmoil.
Connect for Health Colorado
Connect for Health launched in 2011. About 178,000 Coloradans use the exchange to purchase private health insurance.
Insurance companies across the state have announced their proposals for premium increases next year, some as high as 41 percent.
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.
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.
A helpful primer on key numbers and impact of the Affordable Care Act as it stands right now in Colorado.
As Republicans in Washington move ahead to repeal the Affordable Care Act, a bill from Colorado GOP lawmakers to repeal the state’s health exchange has been introduced — putting the exchange on shaky ground.
Roughly half of uninsured Coloradans got insurance through Obamacare, but President-elect Donald Trump says one of his first actions will be a repeal. For now, the key word is uncertainty.
Open enrollment to sign up for health insurance for 2017 starts Tuesday and Coloradans can expect sharp price increases for 2017.