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Denver Health Enrollment Services staff are here to help you apply for health coverage. Please call 303-602-2300 to schedule an appointment at one of our Enrollment Locations today.
The Numbers are Looking Good!
19,963 people in Denver have enrolled in Medicaid, and an estimated 7,926 people have found affordable health insurance through Connect for Health Colorado since October 1, 2013- That's 27,879 people in Denver who are on their way to better health!
Contact Denver Health Enrollment Services at (303) 602-2300 to schedule an appointment. We will help you understand all of the health coverage options that are available to you and can help you enroll.
New health coverage options are available through the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The Affordable Care Act is a historical change in our nation’s health care system. More people will have health insurance, and will live healthier lives.
Health insurance helps pay costs when you need care. No one plans to get sick or hurt, but most people need medical care at some point. Health coverage helps pay for these costs and protects you from very high expenses.
With health insurance, you will:
Denver Health Medical Plan (DHMP) now offers insurance plans to those who are eligible to purchase health insurance through the health exchange (Connect for Health Colorado).
There are four options available:
1. Elevate Silver Basic
2. Elevate Silver Expanded
3. Elevate Gold Basic
4. Elevate Gold Expanded
Visit the Elevate Health Plan website for more information.
19,953 people in Denver have enrolled in Medicaid, and it is estimated that 7,926 people in Denver have found affordable health insurance through Connect for Health Colorado - That's 27,879 people in Denver who are on their way to better health!
The Be Healthy Denver ACA Brochure is a bilingual piece that briefly outlines the changes coming up under ACA and where people can go in Denver to get help to enroll. The brochure includes a a map of assistance sites in the city, both for Medicaid and Connect for Health Colorado, and is for wide dissemination to organizations wishing to help get people in Denver enrolled.
Printed copies are available by contacting Kathleen Noland at 303-602-3683.
Denver Public Health distributes Denver Vital Signs, an electronic publication, every two months. In September 2013, Vital Signs covered the Expanding Access to Health Care in Denver Under the ACA (Aumento del acceso a la atención médica en Denver bajo ACA).
This issue looked at the need for insurance coverage in Denver, how many will be eligible for Medicaid and subsidized insurance at Connect for Health Colorado, and what political leaders, organizations, and individuals can do to encourage enrollment and better access to care. It’s very good as a handout of general information on the ACA, especially for Denver-based organizations and groups.