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Polis Administration Projects 18.2% Average Decrease in Premiums for Individual Health Insurance Plans in 2020

| Jul 24, 2019 | Colorado

[Recently], the Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI), part of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), announced that for the first time ever, Colorado health insurance companies that sell individual plans (for people who do not get their health insurance from an employer or government program) expect to reduce premiums by...[ Read More ]

5 Things Colorado: Marketplace enrollment, TABOR, Convening Panel

| Jul 19, 2019 | Colorado

Thanks to Emily Viles for holding this newsletter down while I was out on vacation. She's been an amazing addition to our team at State of Reform. It's good to be back digging through the various goings-on in Colorado health care. So, here are five things we think are worth...[ Read More ]

Polis Administration Projects 18.2 Percent Average Decrease in Premiums for Individual Health Insurance Plans in 2020

| Jul 16, 2019 | Colorado

Today, the Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI), part of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), announced that for the first time ever, Colorado health insurance companies that sell individual plans (for people who do not get their health insurance from an employer or government program) expect to reduce premiums by...[ Read More ]

Colorado ranked as the 2nd healthiest state in new report

Emily Viles | Jul 16, 2019 | Colorado

A recent study conducted by MoneyRates.com assesses health care in all 50 states, and ranks the states accordingly. The study looks at states where finding and paying for healthcare is most difficult, both as a result of high costs of care and limited accessibility.  The report uses the following metrics...[ Read More ]

Connect for Health Colorado June 2019 marketplace report

Emily Viles | Jul 11, 2019 | Colorado

Connect for Health Colorado recently released its June 2019 Marketplace report. The data in the report reflects the number of Coloradans that have signed up for health care coverage during the fiscal year. These numbers are not considered final until the health insurance company receives payment, and these reports are...[ Read More ]

What happened at the recent Colorado Interim Opioid and Substance Abuse Disorder meeting

Emily Viles | Jul 10, 2019 | Colorado

The most recent meeting of the Colorado Interim Opioid and Other Substance Use Disorder Study committee occurred yesterday, July 9th. The purpose of this meeting was to discuss upcoming deadlines, review past session legislation, and to update the committee and the public on various state agencies and programs currently in...[ Read More ]

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