Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) is low-cost public health insurance for children and pregnant women who earn too much to qualify for Health First Colorado (Medicaid), but not enough to pay for private health insurance. CHP+ is paid for by a combination of state and federal funding. For CHP+ to continue in Colorado, Congress [...]
Open Enrollment is just around the corner and contrary to what you may have heard financial help is still available for 2018. The current administration has decided to end Cost-Sharing Reduction payments - this does NOT eliminate Cost-Sharing Reductions for you. These payments are reimbursements to health insurance companies and do not affect the [...]
In addition to raking leaves and collecting brush, a top priority on your fall chore list should be a review of your health insurance. Changes in family size, income, tax credit opportunities, and available health plans may have occurred in the last year and the window for reevaluation is only from November 1, 2017 [...]
The following is a recent interview from In the Loop, an online community where people who are engaged in helping individuals enroll in health insurance can interact with others doing similar work. In the Loop caught up with SJBPH employee Kevin O'Connor, Health Insurance Literacy Program Lead. June’s Looper of the Month is Kevin [...]
Connect for Health Colorado open enrollment continues through January 31, 2017. However, anyone who lost health insurance because their coverage was canceled by Rocky Mountain Health Plans has until February 28, 2017 to enroll in a plan through Connect for Health Colorado.