CT health reform progress meter up to 29.9%

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CT’s progress toward health reform moved up slightly again this month to 29.9%. Again Medicaid accounted for most of the progress including good news on per person cost stability and successful completion of an underservice monitoring plan for the health neighborhood pilot for dual eligibles. Progress was limited by the continual need to defend proven patient-centered medical home standards in the SIM process and continuing high insurance premiums. The CT health reform progress meter is part of the CT Health Reform Dashboard.