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ANALYSIS | What Does It Take To Stop Repeating A Bad Idea? »
OP-ED | Connecticut Should Be Careful Building A Public Insurance Option Through Medicaid »
OP-ED | Advocates Must Inform Consumers of Risks When the State Won’t »
ANALYSIS | CT Health Reform Reaches New Low, But There Are Hints Of Optimism »
OP-ED | Prescription Costs Are Squeezing Out Other Connecticut Priorities, But We Have Options »
OP-ED | Policy Failures: Why Healthcare Innovations Don’t Travel Well »
ANALYSIS | Is Overtreatment Really A Thing? »
OP-ED | Despite What You’ve Heard, Obamacare and Medicaid Are Still At Risk »
Congressional Delegation Tells Price To Continue Insurance Subsidies »
Blumenthal Gathers Healthcare Stories To Take To Washington »
OP-ED | Connecticut Has Trust Issues When It Comes To Health Policy »
OP-ED | Healthcare Cabinet Making Big, Troubling Plans for Connecticut’s Healthcare »
15% of Husky Parents Get Insurance With One Month To Go Before Losing Temporary Coverage »
Advocate Calls For Straightforward Approach To Impending Loss of Insurance Coverage »
OP-ED | Covering CT’s Uninsured: How Did We Do? »
Healthcare Advocates Win Small Victory With Delay of Payment Reform »
OP-ED | Let’s Halt Rush To Risky Medicaid Experiment »
OP-ED | Insurers Blocking Consumer Protections, Again »
Committee Adopts ‘Conflict of Interest’ Language; Postpones Vote on Ethics »
OP-ED | Ethics Code Essential When the Fox Is Guarding the Taxpayer’s Henhouse »
Healthcare Advocate Raises Red Flag »
OP-ED | Health IT In Connecticut - Learning From Mistakes »
OP-ED | Medicaid Spending Myth is Driving Unhealthy Policies »
Committee Debates National Medical Home Standards »
Two Rate Increases, One Decrease Proposed for Exchange Plans »
OP-ED | How Is Connecticut’s Health Insurance Exchange Really Doing? »
Health and Human Services, A Mixed Bag »
OP-ED | Connecticut’s Insurance Exchange is Just Too Expensive »
White House Report: CT Has 4th Highest Insurance Premiums In The Country »
Advocates: Payment Method Conflicts With Doctor-Patient Relationship »

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