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Today, Colorado’s health insurance companies’ initial premium changes were released by the Division of Insurance showing the success of Colorado’s reinsurance program that is keeping rates an average 17 percent lower than they would be. However, even with reinsurance, insurance carriers are wanting to increase rates an average 2.2 percent.
With an estimated 450,000 Coloradans having lost health insurance coverage because of COVID-19 and 1.7 million choosing not to seek care because of cost in the midst of the pandemic, Coloradans’ concerns about high health care costs have only increased for the 2020 election.
In the News Gary Brode, Denver7 LAKEWOOD, Colo. -- When Brielle Cartolano walked out of a Lakewood urgent care in early September, she thought she had a pretty good idea what it was going to cost. "They estimated me as a Level 3 emergency and the price was $1,900, and...