Updates on health policy in Connecticut

CT employee insurance costs up, but total picture is more complicated

Worker costs for health insurance are growing in all states, including Connecticut, both in total dollars and as a proportion ...
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ICER seeks nominations for New England Comparative Effectiveness voting panel

The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review has opened nominations for membership on their New England Comparative Effectiveness Public Advisory ...
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Survey finds CT ACOs planning services for high need members

Similar to national results, a new survey of Connecticut Accountable Care Organizations for MAPOC’s Complex Care Committee by the CT ...
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CTNJ Analysis: When Making Things Better Makes Things Worse: Algorithms, Data and Racial Bias

Unintended consequences are old news; so why are we surprised every time it happens? Computer programs developed to target care ...
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Healthcare workforce growing faster than rest of employment

In good news for healthcare workers, from September 2018 to 2019, Connecticut healthcare employment grew by 1.75%, or 3.8 times ...
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ICER seeks input on non-drug topics for 2020

The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review is seeking input on non-drug topics they should study for 2020. An independent ...
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Bipartisan Insurance Committee forum finds a lot of consensus on potential reforms

Download the CTHPP presentation Yesterday the Chairs and Ranking Members of the Insurance Committee convened a forum on potential reforms ...
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Medicaid transportation gets a closer look

Photo by Free To Use Sounds on Unsplash For the second month in a row, MAPOC focused in on the Medicaid transportation contractor’s ...
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Public comment open for CT health planning data

The state Department of Public Health is in the midst of planning for improving the health of every Connecticut resident ...
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