Colorado is poised to embark on what could be one of the most ambitious re-orderings of the health care system in decades.
Lawmakers are set this coming session to do battle over a plan to offer a “public option” for health insurance that allows state officials to dictate hospital prices. A plan to import prescription drugs could soon be expanded. Employers are banding together to negotiate better health care deals.
But how state residents feel about this remains a bit of a mystery. And two new polls out from two advocacy groups offer a clue to that uncertainty.
First, a poll this month from the pro-reform group Healthier Colorado shows voters in the state have an appetite for change.
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