Health insurance rates for the Roaring Fork Valley area will increase again next year. But for most companies, monthly fees are not going up by as much as they have in the past. That’s according to the Denver nonprofit, Colorado Consumer Health Initiative.
CCHI staff have reviewed how much insurance companies propose charging next year-- for plans sold both privately and through the state’s exchange, called Connect for Health Colorado. Aspen Public Radio’s Elise Thatcher spoke with analyst Matt Valeta