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Posted on Feb 15, 2018 (3 days ago)

The Denver Post

Former Colorado police officer sentenced for insurance fraud – The ...
The Denver Post
A former Colorado police officer has been sentenced to 45 days in jail and five years of probation for felony insurance fraud.

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Posted on Feb 16, 2018 (2 days ago)

9NEWS.com

The Colorado Legislature has filled the human resources opening
9NEWS.com
The Colorado Legislature has filled the human resources opening. In light of multiple harassment allegations against Colorado lawmakers, their colleagues decided to hire an HR person. Author: Next with Kyle Clark. Published: 10:28 PM MST February 16 ...


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Posted on Feb 15, 2018 (3 days ago)

Denver Business Journal

Insurance brokers respond as Colorado health-plan companies slash commissions
Denver Business Journal
Traditionally, insurers have paid brokers' commissions in the range of $150 to $200 per individual policy per year or $25 per person per month who is covered through a small- or large-group plan, said Joni Reents, owner of the Reents Insurance Agency ...


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Posted today (4 hours ago)

Colorado gubernatorial candidates make Cañon City stop
Canon City Daily Record
Mike Johnston: I spent my career as a high school teacher, as a high school principal, and then got into the State Senate because I felt like there were problems that Colorado was trying to solve that we were too 'stuck' to solve. I have been very ...


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Posted on Feb 9, 2018 (9 days ago)

ModernHealthcare.com

Colorado ERs work together to lower opioid prescribing by 36%
ModernHealthcare.com
The emergency room is a hotbed for opioid abuse. Patients visiting the ER often are treated for pain, and opioids are a traditional remedy for doing that. But as opioid addiction ravages communities across the U.S., a group of ER clinicians in Colorado ...


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Posted on Feb 7, 2018 (11 days ago)

The Denver Channel

Working Wednesday: Progressive to hire 900 in Colorado Springs, won't ask about salary history
The Denver Channel
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Progressive Insurance is set to hire 7,500 people nationwide, including 900 in Colorado Springs. Positions at the company's Colorado Springs campus include IT and analyst roles, corporate functions, and customer care and ...


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Posted on Feb 5, 2018 (13 days ago)

GlobeNewswire (press release)

Legislation to Help Address Colorado's Shortage of Skilled Nursing Professionals Advances Out of Committee
GlobeNewswire (press release)
The legislation seeks to address an imminent healthcare crisis in Colorado: an acute shortage of nursing professionals with four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees. To help mitigate the shortage, the legislation would enable the 13 ...

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Posted on Feb 14, 2018 (4 days ago)

Healthcare Finance News

Aetna prior authorization probed by 2 states
Healthcare Dive
California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones said his department is investigating Aetna's practices “in denying claims and requests for prior authorization of care.” He added that the department is also looking into the payer's utilization review ...
Regulators' Inquiries Into Aetna Claims Review Practices Not Likely ...Law.com

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Posted on Feb 13, 2018 (5 days ago)

ModernHealthcare.com

Five states, five different patterns for healthcare spending—and no easy path to lower costs
ModernHealthcare.com
Modern Healthcare. Menu. Providers · Insurance · Government · Finance · Technology · Transformation · Safety & Quality · People · Opinion & Editorial · Research & Data Center · Education & Events · Awards & Recognition · Magazine · Jobs · Subscribe ...

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Posted on Feb 16, 2018 (2 days ago)

The Denver Post

Slain El Paso County deputy's family given health insurance free for ...
The Denver Post
Dependents of El Paso County employees killed on the job, including slain sheriff's Deputy Micah Flick, will continue receiving health insurance for up to a year at no cost, the board overseeing benefits decided unanimously Thursday.

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Posted on Feb 14, 2018 (4 days ago)

Officer.com (press release) (blog)

EDITORIAL: Extend insurance for slain cop's family
Colorado Springs Gazette
Deputy Micah Flick gave his life while working to keep us safe. His wife and 7-year-old twins will endure the pain of loss for the rest of their lives. The very least we can do, as taxpayers the officer died for, is provide long-term continuation of ...
Wounded Colorado Sheriff's Deputy Released From HospitalOfficer.com (press release) (blog)

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Posted on Feb 6, 2018 (12 days ago)

KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News

Progressive Insurance to hire 900 employees in Colorado Springs
KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
Colorado Springs is home to one of their major campuses and will be hiring around 900 jobs by the end of 2018. Even with little to no experience in insurance, the company says there are plenty of opportunities for growth, and annual bonuses for nearly ...
Progressive hiring 900 in Colorado SpringsFOX21News.com

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Posted on Jan 22, 2018 (27 days ago)

The Denver Post

End of shutdown means 75000 Colorado children keep their health insurance
The Denver Post
In voting to approve a measure ending the federal government shutdown on Monday, Congress also approved a six-year extension of funding for the national Children's Health Insurance Program. The program provides health coverage to kids and pregnant ...


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Posted today (6 hours ago)

Mile High Hockey

Colorado Avalanche lose both the game and Erik Johnson to injury
Mile High Hockey
Going into the third period with a 2-1 lead on goals from Tyson Jost and Alexander Kerfoot, Colorado was forced to finish the game with only four healthy defenders after Erik Johnson left early in the period with an upper-body injury - Anton Lindholm ...

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Posted on Feb 15, 2018 (3 days ago)

The Denver Post

Jackson National Life says 370 jobs lost in retirement insurer's Denver office shutdown
The Denver Post
Jackson National Life Insurance Co.'s exit out of Colorado will result in 370 job cuts and closing its Denver office, according to a notice the Lansing, Mich.-based company filed with the state's Labor Department. When the shutdown was reported Monday ...


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Posted on Feb 1, 2018 (17 days ago)

Healthcare IT News

Kaiser Permanente Colorado finds there's more to telemedicine than video
Healthcare IT News
They're just not used to having instant access to a physician. It's just unprecedented in most people's healthcare experience. Our satisfaction is through the roof.” As for chat, Melmed said that it's the natural way people communicate in 2017. Even ...


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Posted today (7 hours ago)

The Denver Channel

El Paso County extends health benefits for family of slain deputy
The Denver Channel
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — The family of a slain Colorado sheriff's deputy will continue receiving health insurance for up to a year at no cost after county officials extended the benefits. The Gazette reports the family of El Paso County Sheriff ...

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The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel

Health care prices high in Colorado, study shows
The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel
Colorado's total cost for health care is significantly higher than some other states, and Grand Junction and western Colorado residents pay $100 more than the median price for the state per month, according to a multi-state study. The five-state study ...


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Posted on Jan 24, 2018 (25 days ago)

Denver Business Journal

Colorado legislators consider raising unemployment-insurance taxes on businesses
Denver Business Journal
Businesses that increased their payments into Colorado's Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund to bring it back from insolvency after the Great Recession could be asked to do so again in order to head off a future recession, according a plan being studied ...

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Posted on Feb 15, 2018 (3 days ago)

ModernHealthcare.com

Connecticut, Colorado, and Washington Join California in Aetna Probe
AJMC.com Managed Markets Network
Last month, a group representing healthcare providers, payers, and others released a statement calling for a streamling of the prior authorization process. The group included the American Hospital Association, America's Health Insurance Plans, American ...
Six state regulators now scrutinizing Aetna prior-authorization practicesModernHealthcare.com

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The Denver Post

In the midst of an opioid crisis, Colorado's largest drug treatment provider shut down: What went wrong at Arapahoe ...
The Denver Post
While treatment facilities that accept only private insurance or out-of-pocket payment can charge tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars a year for services, Arapahoe House took in the poor and was supported largely by government money and ...


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Posted on Feb 16, 2018 (2 days ago)

Greeley Tribune

Other voices: Colorado paid family leave bill is a flawed, noble cause lawmakers should block
Greeley Tribune
These things are all true: Almost everybody in Colorado must work when they grow up; with everybody working, a seriously sick family member can create a crisis; and a plan by Colorado Democratic state legislators to address the first two things is a ...


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Posted today (9 hours ago)

9NEWS.com

'Lost that hope' waiting for a disability decision
9NEWS.com
After getting denied, applicants have the option to request a hearing before a judge. Those workers who are waiting for a hearing hope to be granted the benefits, about $1,200 per month on average, through the federal disability insurance program they ...


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