Press Release

Bright Health Will Not Offer Individual Health Plans for 2023 Across the Country

DENVER - Bright Health will not offer individual health plans (insurance for people who do not get coverage from an employer) in 2023 in all of its existing markets across the country. In Colorado, this means that its individual plans will not be available for the coming year on the state’s health exchange, Connect for Health Colorado, as well as being unavailable from the company directly (known as “off-exchange”).

Romance Scams Have Become the Most Common Form of Any Online Financial Scam

DENVER, CO – October 5, 2022  - The Colorado Division of Securities is alerting the public to a scam that is taking place across the country. This year alone, since September 2021, there have been over 1,800 complaints of online romance scams to the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), with losses of over $133.4 million.

In a turbulent and emotionally disconnected world, many people are lonely and looking for someone to share a connection with. While social media has made it easier to connect, it has also made it easier to deceive.

Division of Insurance Recovers $19.6 Million for Colorado Consumers

DENVER - Today, the Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI), part of the Department of Regulatory Agencies, announced it recovered $19.6 million for Colorado insurance consumers last year, an increase of 93% over the previous year. 

The 93% increase in money recovered was driven largely by an increase in recoveries due to the investigation of complaints related to the East Troublesome and Marshall fires.