Denver, CO – Key programs passed by Colorado lawmakers to reduce health-care costs seem to have had a positive impact on individual insurance rates, which are projected to drop by an average of 18% statewide in 2020. Rural areas could see premiums drop by an average of 27% to 30%. Comments from Adam Fox, director of strategic engagement, Colorado Consumer Health Initiative. VOTE 5 STARS = PLAY AGAIN, 1 STAR = NOT SO GREAT. More discoveries from a street-level POV at vagrom.weebly.com. More news at PublicNewsService.org.
Health Insurance Rates Could Drop
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Published: 7/19/2019 23 Views 0 Comments