Tens of Thousands in This State Are About To Lose Their Health Insurance
Remember "if you like your healthcare, you can keep it?" Not in Colorado. Faced with political directives that have no regard for the actual cost of providing care, insurers are leaving the market. How bad is it? The Daily Caller has the rundown:
An estimated 92,000 Coloradans enrolled in certain plans under Obamacare will have to find new coverage come November, according to a report from the Colorado Division Insurance released Monday.
Those enrolled in the individual market through the state exchange could see their premiums jump by up to 40 percent in 2017. The report announced anticipated changes to Connect for Health Colorado, the state-run exchange that was set up after the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act known as Obamacare.
Anyone enrolled on in the individual marketplace with a company on the growing list of insurers leaving Obamacare will have to find new insurance. Residents with insurance plans from UnitedHealthcare, Humana Insurance Humana Insurance, Rocky Mountain Health Plans, and Anthem PPO will be dropped from their plans 2017, and will have to enroll in new coverage during the open enrollment period.