Lamont and lawmakers have proposed regulating contracts between insurance companies and health care providers more closely.
The human services committee is considering two proposals to increase the income and asset limits on people to receive a Medicaid program.
As more CT residents choose elder care outside of nursing homes, advocates worry access to services for the aging will become more unequal.
The ‘major policy change’ could provide the broadest increases to Medicaid rates for physician services in nearly two decades.
CT Attorney General William Tong filed an amicus brief in the proposed class-action lawsuit against Hartford HealthCare.
Questions of ethics and conflicts are swirling around a proposal to buy land owned by the mother-in-law of Willington’s first selectwoman.
CT’s Human Services committee heard public testimony on a bill that would provide Medicaid reimbursement for community health workers.
A bill would prohibit using certain contract terms between hospitals and insurers that supporters say drive up the cost of care for patients.
A policy that guaranteed Medicaid coverage during the pandemic is ending, and thousands of CT residents could be affected.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s budget only includes $50 million for Baby Bonds and a spokesman said the governor “does not support the program.”
Connecticut was nationally lauded for its passage of a law that would implement a baby bonds program. Here’s how the program never got funded.
Many housekeepers at Connecticut hospitals say COVID-19 pandemic benefits have only come after prolonged demands for recognition, if at all.
Cuando el COVID-19 paralizó a la nación, Katherine Stearns estuvo en primera línea en la sala de emergencias del Hospital de Windham.
CT fire marshals say they can’t always meet the requirement that every residence with three or more units be inspected annually.
As the health care industry becomes more concentrated, private practices struggle to compete with big systems. Instead, they’re joining them.