Health Insurance|January 11, 2010 9:31 PM

SPECIAL REPORT: No health insurance? Now what?

Solutions hard to find, but possible

Tri-County Health Department public health nurse Kathleen DeMars, left, administers a vaccination to Adamris Ramirez, 2, as her mother, Leyda, holds her at the department's clinic in Aurora on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 24, 2009. (Joe Mahoney/Colorado Public News)

Tri-County Health Department public health nurse Kathleen DeMars, left, administers a vaccination to Adamris Ramirez, 2, as her mother, Leyda, holds her at the department's clinic in Aurora on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 24, 2009. (Joe Mahoney/Colorado Public News)

Every day, more Americans are finding themselves needing health care, but without health insurance.

In Colorado alone, that’s 850,000 people. We’ll tell you where to turn and how to find help — even if you are pregnant and uninsured. We’ll tackle how to find care urgently, and where to look for insurance. We’ll explain how paying cash saves the doctor headaches with insurance billing practices — and can save you money as well.
We’ll even show you a compelling video story on a Denver woman giving birth with a midwife, cutting the cost by two-thirds. Read, watch, listen, or click on the links. You may be surprised at your options.

Then go to the comments section at the end of any article, and tell us your story, and your solutions. We’ll take your suggestions and add to the package.

For the full report click here.

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