HUSKY transition

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As deadline looms, 15 percent losing Medicaid find new coverage

This is a photo of Pedro Lopez asking how long it will take to sign up for insurance at the Access Health CT store in New Britain.

Connecticut’s health insurance exchange announced Thursday about 15 percent of low-income parents set to lose their state-sponsored Medicaid coverage at the end of July have transitioned to new insurance plans. Officials expect about 14,000 parents to lose their HUSKY A coverage. Continue Reading →

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Few who lost Medicaid have purchased insurance

Volunteer Maria Hernandez helps a woman sign up for health care insurance during an event in Windham.

When state lawmakers scaled back Medicaid eligibility for thousands of low-income parents to help balance this year’s budget, proponents argued the parents could buy deeply discounted coverage through the state’s health insurance exchange. But so far, fewer than 20 percent of those who lost coverage at the start of this month have signed up. Continue Reading →

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