We Bring People Together. Will You Join Us?

December 4th, 2019 Article Isabelle Nathanson The world can often feel isolating, and it can feel like we’re going at it alone to solve the problems with systems and institutions that we encounter everyday. Whether that’s navigating a scary surprise medical bill,...

Consumer Assistance Program Drives Policy Advocacy

November 27, 2019 Article Consumer Assistance Program Drives Policy Advocacy Isabelle Nathanson Colorado has made tremendous gains in insurance coverage in recent years, but consumers often run into barriers and challenges using their insurance once they have it. This...

Colorado’s Public Option Gets to the Root of the Problem

Isabelle Nathanson, Outreach and Organizing Coordinator Rising premiums, deductibles, and other out of pocket costs pose significant access issues for Coloradans seeking to use health insurance to protect their physical, mental, and financial well-being. This is...

Prop CC: What’s In It for Coloradans?

Lam Quynh Vo, Outreach and Communications Fellow Hi there, my name is Lam and I’m the new Outreach and Communications Fellow here at CCHI. For the past three months I have dived deep into the trenches of the American health care system and the health coverage...

Risk Adjustment: A Crucial, and Uncertain, Aspect of the ACA

Emma Sargent, Policy Fellow One of the most popular features of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is that health insurance carriers can’t deny coverage to people with preexisting conditions. However, this was not enough to ensure that people had access to coverage:...

What does education have to do with health?

Lam Quynh Vo, Outreach and Communications Fellow We all recognize that a good education is important for a good career and stable life. However, less recognized is the impact of education on health outcomes. Americans with more education live longer, healthier lives...
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