Three years ago, Sara Chapman left a career in mechanical engineering to follow her heart. Nursing was not only her passion, it seemed like a smart move: There was a nursing shortage. Turns out, most employers also want experience — putting Chapman and other new grads in a bind
Colorado’s health exchange – due to come online in October, 2013 – is expecting 960,000 customers within three years of startup. More than half of the customers are expected to use it to cut the cost of their insurance with federal tax credits. For others, it will simplify the current, often mind-numbing experience of having to sort through hundreds of plans
The election results put an end to the threat of a Republican repeal of the health care law, but not to the public’s emotional response to it. Fueled by contradictory campaign claims, the public’s reaction ranges widely. Many Republicans fear
Colorado Public News asked two leading physicians, on opposite sides of the political fence, whether fears expressed by voters over the Affordable Care Act are justified. The answers were enlightening — and very different
When small business owner John Crandall learned that his Colorado Springs bike shop qualified for a new tax credit for health insurance for his employees, he jumped to take advantage of it. But Colorado Public News found that in Colorado, Crandall’s shop is more the exception than the rule.