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Medicaid Program Gets Boost From Pharmaceutical Settlement »
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Medicaid Payment Deferrals May Continue Into Second Quarter »
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State Delays Collection of Union Fees »
Health Care Advocates Raise Questions About ‘Shared Savings’ »
OP-ED | The Current Model of Health Care Delivery is Unsustainable »
OP-ED | Connecticut Shouldn’t Revert Back to Failed Medicaid Policies »
OP-ED | Health Insurance Lobby Keeps Medicare Advantage Overpayments Flowing »
Class Action Claims Medicare Benefits Were Denied With ‘Rubber Stamp’ »
Settlement Would Require State To Hire 35 More Workers »
OP-ED | How Is Connecticut’s Health Insurance Exchange Really Doing? »
OP-ED | GOP Opposition To Obamacare Baffles Former HHS Secretary »
Free Dental Clinic, Finally, Comes To Hartford »
Access Health CT Enrollment Reaches 152,561 »
Children’s Coverage Gap Declines »
OP-ED | Oregon Study Doesn’t Undermine Affordable Care Act Claims, As Critics Contend »
State Hires Tech Company To Help It Achieve Savings By Preventing Fraud »
OP-ED | Obamacare, Malloy Budget: Hazardous to Connecticut’s Health, Hospitals »
Clients Call For Better Service, DSS Says It’s Listening »
Commissioner Says Residents Who Didn’t Qualify Got Benefits In September »
Legal Aid Attorneys Say DSS Is Discontinuing Benefits When Their Clients Are Eligible »
Connecticut Continues To Buck Enrollment Trend »
Obamacare Enrollment Better In State Exchanges Than HealthCare.Gov »
CT’s Exchange Bucks Enrollment Trends In Other States »
Older Adults Signing Up For Obamacare In Connecticut »
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