Colorado has notified parents that funding is still in question for CHIP and asked that recipients start exploring other insurance options.
If Congress doesn’t restore CHIP funding by the end of December, the state plans to issue another batch of letters.
Colorado has began sending letters to CHIP enrollees advising them that they need to look at private insurance coverage options. Formal termination notices could go out in mid-December.
A first of its kind report for the Colorado Health Institute looks at the connection between health and climate change.
Research by Downs at the University of Colorado led to the requirement that every newborn infant is given a hearing test.
A camp in Empire teaches disabled kids to use computers that give them a voice.