Estimated Colorado Health Insurance Rates

POSTED: 07:29 PM MDT Aug 16, 2013    UPDATED: 07:48 PM MDT Aug 16, 2013 
Health Care Costs

Colorado's Insurance Division released rate information Friday for people buying insurance to comply with the federal mandate to have coverage by Jan. 1 or face fines. Rates depend on level of coverage. A look at sample exchange monthly premiums for a 40-year-old customer in different parts of Colorado:

PLATINUM: 90 percent of covered medical expenses: 

Boulder: No coverage through exchange

Colorado Springs: $311

Denver: $322 to $531

Fort Collins: No coverage through exchange

Grand Junction: No coverage through exchange

Greeley: No coverage through exchange

Pueblo: $524

Southeast Colorado: $553

Northeast Colorado: $691

Western Colorado: $682

GOLD: 80 percent of covered medical expenses:

Boulder: $287 to $532

Colorado Springs: $299 to $488

Denver: $286 to $533

Fort Collins: $273 to $549

Grand Junction: $366 to $591

Greeley: $273 to $585

Pueblo: $345 to $503

Southeast Colorado: $344 to $515

Northeast Colorado: $273 to $625

Western Colorado: $430 to $694

SILVER: 70 percent of covered medical expenses:

Boulder: $245 to $446

Colorado Springs: $242 to $421

Denver: $245 to $460

Fort Collins: $233 to $501

Grand Junction: $274 to $509

Greeley: $233 to $447

Pueblo: $294 to $446

Southeast Colorado: $294 to $444

Northeast Colorado: $233 to $546

Western Colorado: $322 to $598

BRONZE: 60 percent of covered medical expenses:

Boulder: $186 to $365

Colorado Springs: $205 to $331

Denver: $186 to $361

Fort Collins: $177 to $394

Grand Junction: $237 to $400

Greeley: $177 to $373

Pueblo: $223 to $359

Southeast Colorado: $223 to $379

Northeast Colorado: $177 to $473

Western Colorado: $289 to $470

Source: Colorado Division of Insurance