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OP-ED | Proposal to Cut Health Neighborhoods Misguided »
Lawmakers Struggle With Spending Cap »
2015 Budget Deficit Grows As Feds Deny $45M In Medicaid Claims »
Advocates Urge Easier Access To Expensive Drug For Medicaid Patients »
OP-ED | If Obamacare Critics Win High Court Case, Effects Will Be Wildly Disparate »
Lawmakers Struggle To Put A Number on Medicaid Proposal »
Lawmakers Have Harsh Words For Malloy’s Proposals To Reduce Safety Net Funding »
81 Percent Medicaid, 19 Percent Private Plans »
OP-ED | Millions of Middle Class Americans Will Remain Uninsured Despite Obamacare »
OP-ED | Health Insurers Watch Profits Soar As They Dump Small Business Customers »
OP-ED | Selling Out For Big Business: Business As Usual On Capitol Hill »
Lembo Pegs Budget Deficit At $31.6M »
Access Health Enrolls About 86,000 Since Nov. 15 »
State Wins $45M Health Innovation Grant »
Even With Rescissions, Lembo Predicts A $44.8 Million Deficit for Current Fiscal Year »
State’s Cash Position Deteriorates »
Feds Decide To Make Partial Medicaid Payment, Surplus Remains At $300K »
Medicaid Program Gets Boost From Pharmaceutical Settlement »
OP-ED | Medicaid Spending Myth is Driving Unhealthy Policies »
OP-ED | Docs, Drug Companies, Insurers Drive Up Medicare Costs »
Medicaid Payment Deferrals May Continue Into Second Quarter »
Feds Stopped Medicaid Payments in January; Barnes Says Small Surplus Still Possible »
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? »