State Partnership Plan losing money but still more expensive than average CT plan options

Download the report Connecticut’s most recent public health insurance option, the Partnership Plan 2.0, offers healthcare coverage to municipal employees. ...
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CTNJ: Real Conversation Would Beget Lower Health Care Costs

I recently had an interesting conversation with a lobbyist for the insurance industry. We planned to talk about our narrow ...
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CT 4th best among states in dental health

An analysis by WalletHub finds that the dental health of Connecticut residents is better than all but three other states ...
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CTNJ: If The COVID Vaccine Is Free For Patients, Who Is Paying For It?

Federal law ensures the COVID vaccine will be provided to every American at no cost. So who is paying for ...
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Book Club — Counting: How We Use Numbers to Decide What Matters

I’ve never dog-eared as many pages in a book as Counting: How We Use Numbers to Decide What Matters by ...
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Governor’s budget includes drug cost control and exchange subsidies, but misses other health priorities

Released today, the Governor’s budget proposal for the next two fiscal years acknowledges the importance of addressing critical health priorities, ...
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CT Medicaid rates squeezed a bit but still higher than other states

A new comparison published this month in Health Affairs finds that Connecticut Medicaid provider payment rates lost some ground between ...
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What does the public really think about a public option? Two polls, and we still don’t know

Dueling polls released this week find Connecticut residents either love the idea of a public health insurance option or they ...
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Half of CT hospitals not compliant with new requirement to post negotiated prices for care

Download the report As of January 1st, all US hospitals are required to prominently display on a publicly available website ...
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