At least 60% of CT’s newly insured under national health reform will be coming into our Medicaid program, according to expert estimates. 40,000 to 60,000 of those are currently eligible but not enrolled. Nationally Medicaid is expected to make up only one third of new coverage. Even with reform, up to 197,000 CT residents will still lack coverage. Almost half of CT residents buying coverage in the new CT Health Insurance Exchange will not get premium subsidies – they will pay the full cost of coverage, including the exchanges’s administrative costs. For more, go to CT Health Reform by the Numbers.