Key Issues / Health Coverage and the Uninsured
Colorado is chipping away at the percentage of residents who remain uninsured even though they are eligible for the Medicaid or Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) public insurance programs.
Network adequacy is moving to the forefront as a health policy issue in Colorado and across the nation.
This brief, the second in a series on network adequacy, explores the regulatory environment around narrow networks.
- Report: Second in a Series
Recordings and resources from the Colorado Health Institute’s two-part “Making Sense of New Numbers” webinar are available here. Part one of the webinar, hosted on November 18, 2015, investigates what different data sources tell us about the number of uninsured Coloradans. Part two of the webinar, which will air on December 3, 2015, looks beyond health insurance at new ways to measure access to care.
This is a Colorado Health Institute analysis of the 2016 health insurance rates approved by the state’s Division of Insurance, which will rise an average of seven percent next year compared with a 1.2 percent hike in 2015.
The Affordable Care Act aims to make it easier for consumers to shop for health insurance. But both providers and consumers in Colorado are raising concerns about the accuracy of one of the tools - provider directories.
The Colorado Health Institute delves into the newest estimates of uninsurance, both Colorado and across the nation, from three new surveys.
- 2015 Report