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February 2016 - CT Health Reform Dashboard redesign

February 2016 - Web Quiz: Test your knowledge of premiums and the Medical Loss Ratio on Connecticut's insurance exchange

January 2016 - CT Health Reform progress slips a bit to 25.7%

December 2015 - Medicaid Study Group comments to SIM on MQISSP standards

December 2015 - Medicaid Study Group comments on Medicaid redesign plans

December 2015 - CT Health Reform Progress up slightly to 25.8%

November 2015 - CT Health Reform progress remains steady at 25.7%

October 2015 - Issue Brief - ACA and covering the uninsured - How did CT do?

October 2015 - Administration agrees to delay Medicaid redesign

October 2015 - CT Health Reform Progress slips again - to 25.6%

September 2015 - Independent advocates call for Medicaid shared savings delay

September 2015 - Reservations on SIM's CCIP plan for Medicaid

September 2015 - Shared Savings Could Cost Medicaid More

September 2015 - Medicaid Study Group recommendations for shared savings

September 2015 - Advocates' support for SIM under service, cherry picking protections

September 2015 - Issue Brief: Medicaid Attribution and why it matters

September 2015 - Letter calling for stronger SIM ethics standards

September 2015 - CT Health Reform progress slips a bit to 26.2%

August 2015 - FOI testimony on SIM, CAB secret meetings

August 2015 - Advocates' Guide to Underservice Protection Recommendations

August 2015 - CT Health Reform progress slips again - to 26.4%

July 2015 - Independent Advocates letter supporting Cabinet health reform study

July 2015 - CT Health Reform progress slips a bit to 27.5%

June 2015 - Letter clarifying SIM ethics confusion

June 2015 - CT Health Reform progress up slightly to 27.8%

June 22, 2015 - Webinar: Caring for High-Need, High-Cost Patients – Lessons for Connecticut

May 2015 - Ethics testimony on SIM conflicts of interest

May 20, 2015 - CSG/ERC webinar: health insurance exchanges — states sharing resources, solving problems

May 2015 - CT Health Reform slips to 27%

April 2015 - Lt. Governor's response to advocates Medicaid SIM concerns

April 2015 - Background on Hartford health needs for Malta House of Care

April 2015 - 20 independent advocates share concerns about SIM-Medicaid plan

April 2015 - A better option for SIM and Medicaid

April 2015 - CT Health Reform Progress slips to 27.4%

March 2015 - Testimony - study best use of SIM resources

March 2015 - CT Health Reform progress slips bit to 29%

February 2015 - Testimony opposing Medicaid budget cuts

February 2015 - Advocates call for SIM to follow state Code of Ethics

February 2015 - Issue Brief: Governor proposes deep cuts to Medicaid

February 2015 - CT thought leaders give state B-/C+ for reform

 

 
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February 2016 - Test your knowledge of premiums and the Medical Loss Ratio on Connecticut's insurance exchange

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