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CTNJ Analysis: Another CT healthcare story of wasted money and missed opportunities

An excellent investigative piece by C-HIT published Tuesday found that the state Office of Health Strategy has squandered $20 million ...
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Again, no CT hospitals on US News Honor Roll

None of Connecticut’s hospitals earned a spot on US News Best Hospitals list this year, as in 2018 and 2011. ...
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CT is 24th in public health funding

Connecticut has a chronic problem with underfunding public health. We aren’t alone, but we’ve done little to fix the problem. ...
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CTNJ Op-Ed: Insurers’ explanations for extreme rate increases don’t make sense

Connecticut’s health insurers are asking state regulators to let them increase premiums an average of 20.4%, far more than last ...
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CT NJ Op-Ed: We need better, smarter solutions

There’s a lot of news about the Supreme Court’s decision on abortion and the latest mass shootings. Efforts to preserve ...
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Yale BIPOC disability group seeking members with lived experience

The Disability Lived Experience Action Network, D-LEAN, is seeking people who identify as BIPOC with disabilities – mental, intellectual, or ...
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CT next to last for at-risk youth, in a good way

Photo by Guduru Ajay bhargav Nationally 12.6% of Americans ages 16 to 24 are at-risk compared to 9.7% of Connecticut ...
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Covered CT opens no-cost health insurance coverage to adults

Friday, the state expanded zero-cost health insurance coverage to include childless adults through the Covered Connecticut program. The program covered ...
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Book Club — Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgement

By Daniel Kahneman, Oliver Sibony, and Cass Sunstein Noise – A Flaw in Human Judgement by Daniel Kahneman, Oliver Sibony, ...
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