Health First Colorado and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) members: Learn about IRS Form 1095‑B
Are you a current customer of Connect For Health Colorado? Open enrollment begins November 1st, which means you need to renew or shop for a new plan.
You should soon receive a notice from Connect For Health Colorado outlining your options. You may be eligible to auto-renew if:
- Your insurance company is offering the same plan again
- Your household income and size hasn’t changed.
- You want to continue with the same plan. In this case, the only thing you have to do is pay your first month’s premium by December 25 and your 2016 coverage will start on January 1.
Get much more information at Connect For Health Colorado’s Current Customers page.
DENVER (Oct. 23, 2015) – The Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI), a division of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), has approved 1,073 health insurance plans from 20 carriers to offer health coverage to consumers and small businesses for 2016. As in past years, consumers have many plans to choose from, with a number of plan types and premiums available.
“Consumers should take the time to shop to find a plan that fits their needs,” said Commissioner of Insurance Marguerite Salazar.
Three carriers from the current year will not be offering plans in 2016, and three new carriers have entered the market for 2016.
Read the full news release at the Division of Insurance website.