On Monday, 12,600 people enrolled in health and dental coverage on the state healthcare exchange, more than any single day ever before. That volume lead to more complaints as well.
Connect for Health Colorado
Auditors found Connect for Health Colorado hasn’t “sufficiently ensured” millions in public money was spent according to both its own and federal rules.
More individuals and families have signed up for health insurance coverage than at this time last year, officials say.
Last year, some people faced delays to see if they qualified for government insurance.
Researchers attribute the drop to the state's embracing of the Affordable Care Act.
Some plans will cost more, some less.
The cost to set up Connect for Health was paid almost entirely by federal grants. Those grants run out next year.