The CEO of Griffin Hospital emailed Gov. Lamont and raised concerns about the group that owns Manchester, Waterbury and Rockville hospitals.
More than a month after three CT hospitals suffered a cyberattack, some systems remain offline and some outpatient services are not available.
Costs will rise by an average of 9.4% next year. Lawmakers say they will introduce a bill next session to overhaul CT’s rate review process.
Among the changes proposed by two CT senators is a requirement that consumer affordability be considered in insurance rate-setting decisions.
Ted Doolittle, who has led the CT Office of the Health Care Advocate since 2017, is leaving his job to take a position as a federal immigration judge.
Residents and advocates demanded state insurance regulators turn down double-digit rate hikes for 2024 health plans on and off Connecticut’s Affordable Care Act Exchange.
Millions of dollars in legal settlements are starting to flow into CT to combat the opioid epidemic, and the stakes could not be higher.
Insurance companies serving CT have asked for an average hike of 12.4% on individual health plans next year and 14.8% on small group plans.
The state of CT has asked a judge to close Waterbury Gardens, a nursing home that is costing the state nearly $1 million a month to operate.
Many nursing home residents used a Tuesday forum to air concerns about staffing levels, which they described as still insufficient.
Nearly half of the nursing homes in CT are overdue for a routine inspection, and the number of serious violations is up. What’s going on?
The Transforming Children’s Behavioral Health Policy and Planning Committee, formed as part of 2022 CT legislation, begins its work on Monday.
Lawmakers adopted reforms aimed at boosting nursing home transparency, but passed on proposals surrounding staffing levels and patient care.
Carriers selling policies on and off CT’s Affordable Care Act Exchange are asking for an average increase of 12.4% on individual health plans.
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