Colorado Springs health systems show no sign of slowing down, even as the COVID-19 virus impacts hospital finances. Several midsize medical groups are poised to make moves as a growing market provides opportunity for new patient share. Insurance changes for Colorado Springs are slow. TriCare has a leading share of enrollees, leaving other payers to jockey for smaller groups of private employers and individuals, although Kaiser Permanente and Bright Health have shown the market is receptive to closed network products.


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