A rural county in Colorado’s high country saw one of the state’s biggest drops in the number of uninsured. That mirrors a solid decline statewide.
With the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion well underway, Colorado health providers are coping with hundreds of thousands of new patients.
Colorado hospitals say they're treating fewer uninsured patients--and losing less money--since the state expanded the number of people on Medicaid.
The joint state and federal health care program for the poor got its first hearing this week in the state legislature, and no one testified against it.