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Flaws in CT’s healthcare system must be identified to be corrected

In healthcare it is common knowledge: the remedy for any malady first requires an admission there is one, followed with as much information as possible to identify, classify, and quantify symptoms so progress can begin toward a cure. The same is true for Connecticut’s complex, costly, and sometimes inefficient healthcare system, a network of doctors, specialists, other professionals, hospitals, clinics, other facilities, and insurers, upon which residents rely for preventative , restorative, critical, and emergency care services.