[…] Of course Colorado – like most states – uses medical underwriting on individual health insurance policies. And if underwriting were no longer allowed on Colorado policies, we could very well see the average family premium exceed $700/month. But for now, $5000 goes a long way towards paying for a health insurance policy in Colorado. […]
[…] needs to be focusing on efficiency, service, and honesty. Anything less is likely to be looked at sharply as lawmakers and industry insiders work to lower the cost of healthcare and increase access to care for all Americans. I’m glad to see that United Healthcare – one of our major Colorado health insurers – has laid the SEC problem to rest and seems to be headed in the right direction.
Included in the ratings are Aetna, Anthem BCBS, Cigna, Coventry, Health Net, Humana, United Healthcare, and Medicare. In the individual health insurance market in Colorado, we deal extensively with Aetna, Anthem, Humana, and United Healthcare, so I was especially curious […]
Colorado for Health Care is working to end the tax breaks and corporate loopholes that allow big “buyout firms” like KKR to purchase health care companies and then profit handsomely while jobs are cut and patient care deteriorates. The concept is simple enough – health care should be about patients, not profit. But unfortunately that… Read more about Ending Tax Breaks For Buyout Firms
United Healthcare has just made some big changes to their individual/family health insurance plans in Colorado. Some of the best improvements are: More flexible underwriting, including a height and weight chart with expanded limits. A first-day wellness benefit. More deductible options United Healthcare was already one of our favorites for underwriting on impaired risk cases…. Read more about United Healthcare Improves Plans, Lowers Rates