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The Colorado House approved a bill that would ban health insurance companies from offering physicians cash incentives to switch patients to less-costly generic versions of prescription drugs.
Colorado House and Senate Democratic lawmakers unveiled legislation that would impose stricter rules on how health insurance providers set premium rates and require them to pay claims in a timely manner.
Colorado Blue Ribbon Commission for Healthcare Reform released recommendations for overhauling the state's health care system.
Colorado presented a 101-page draft of its final report detailing recommendations to overhaul the state's $30 billion health care system.
Colorado Blue Ribbon Commission voted 20-2 to approve a set of recommendations that includes requiring state residents to obtain health insurance or pay a tax penalty.
A proposal developed by the Colorado Blue Ribbon Commission for Health Care Reform would extend health insurance to 85% of the state's uninsured residents.
Colorado Blue Ribbon Commission approved a draft of a fifth health care proposal that would require all documented state residents to obtain health insurance.
The Colorado Blue Ribbon Commission for Healthcare Reform on Wednesday presented to lawmakers the five health care proposalsbeing considered to expand health coverage to the state's estimated792,000 uninsured residents, the Colorado Springs Gazette reports (Sealover, Colorado Springs Gazette, 9/12).
Colorado Blue Ribbon Commission announced a fifth health insurance plan to add to four other proposals that the committee previously selected.
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