CT’s best kept secret, the latest CT health insurer report card is out. Part of the managed care reform law passed twenty years ago, the report allows consumers, policymakers and other stakeholders to compare health plans across dozens of key performance standards, customer satisfaction rates, provider participation by county, and claims denial rates. As in the past, Anthem retains the majority of enrollment, serving 822,625 consumers in 2016. Of concern, the report cites both an increase in the number of specialists and a decline in primary care providers. The report also includes medical-loss ratios, the unfortunate term for how much of your premium goes to medical costs vs. administration and profit, for each plan. Consumers and employers lucky enough to have a choice between plans should consult the report before deciding.