More than 300,000 Coloradans may lose Medicaid in the next year1 min read
Roughly one out of every 18 Coloradans could find themselves looking for new health care coverage over the coming year, after the end of a federal pandemic-era rule means that more than 300,000 people are likely set to lose Medicaid benefits.
The insurance turmoil — the result of the end of the official federal public health emergency for COVID-19 — represents the largest transition in health coverage since the Affordable Care Act went into place 10 years ago.
“The end of the public health emergency is a pivotal moment for Coloradans,” Adam Fox, the deputy director of the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative, said at a news conference earlier this year.
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