Key Issues / Health Coverage and the Uninsured
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The number of Colorado adults who are eligible for Medicaid has soared, reflecting sweeping changes in state and federal health policy, a new Colorado Health Institute analysis finds.
The Colorado Health Institute released a report that gives a detailed picture of Colorado’s uninsured population through a series of 17 maps, an analysis revealing significant statewide variations in demographic and geographic characteristics.
Analyzing Lower Rates of Health Insurance Among Colorado's Hispanic Adults: Factors Associated with the DisparityApril 30, 2014
The Colorado Health Institute (CHI) analyzed data from the 2013 Colorado Health Access Survey (CHAS) to identify and quantify the factors associated with a 14.5-point difference in health insurance coverage between Hispanic and non-Hispanic adults in Colorado.
The Colorado Health Institute conducts an annual estimate of the number of children who are eligible for but not enrolled (EBNE) in the Medicaid or Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) public insurance program.
Health policy changes mean that more than 130,000 Coloradans enrolled in Medicaid will gain dental insurance next year – some for the first time. This is good news on the oral health front. But is Colorado ready to meet these additional dental demands?