While Colorado consumers may be able to bring down the cost of insurance for 2019 through shopping
and comparing available options, it is important for people to consider factors beyond premiums.
Consumers should think about deductibles, co-payments and co-insurance costs, along with their
doctors, their health conditions and any prescriptions they take. These are all factors that can impact
the usefulness of a plan and its overall cost.
Consumers who have questions about their current plans should contact their insurance carrier, Connect
for Health Colorado, their insurance broker, or their employer.
If you need help call me, Barb at Insurance Benefit Connection (719) 634-6900.