The CEO of Connect for Health Colorado says the state's health care exchange is in good shape in the face of federal turmoil.
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Practices across the state have done financial gymnastics to stay afloat after the state's Medicaid agency started to erroneously reject claims.
Colorado Medical Professionals No Longer Required To Report Most Domestic Violence Injuries To Police
A new law allows victims to decide when to notify law enforcement, except in situations that involve serious bodily injuries.
What Would You Risk To Live Longer? Do Smokers Deserve Expensive Treatments? New Podcast Explores Tough Questions In Medicine
Medical questions don’t always have clear answers. The new podcast Hard Call tells the stories of people who have to make tough medical decisions and delves into the ethics of their choices.
Coffman stressed his ideas for health care reform, his displeasure for Trump’s tweeting and how to move forward on immigration reform in a wide-ranging town hall.
President Trump says he's OK if Obamacare "implodes," and he may take a step toward that soon.
Here's what Gardner had to say ahead of the late night vote for the so-called "skinny bill" to replace the ACA.
A first of its kind report for the Colorado Health Institute looks at the connection between health and climate change.
Colorado's senators split ways on the motion to move forward. Republican Cory Gardner voted to proceed, while Bennet against.
Connect for Health launched in 2011. About 178,000 Coloradans use the exchange to purchase private health insurance.
Republican Senate leadership has proposed a vote on a straight repeal of the Affordable Care Act after a replacement bill failed to get off the ground last week.
As Republican health care proposals appear dead, Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet says he hears frequent complaints about the current law, and has ideas to fix it.
In 2016, Denver launched a mobile public restrooms pilot project to help determine the best location for permanent facilities.
Insurance companies across the state have announced their proposals for premium increases next year, some as high as 41 percent.
They say the highs and lows of the job can trigger depression and hope that if successful entrepreneurs talk about their own mental health, others will be able to open up too.