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Another Drug Settlement Boosts General Fund »
Advocates Decry Proposed Cuts To Health, Dental Services »
OP-ED | Looming Health Care Crisis Can Be Avoided by Restoring Funds to Community Health Centers »
Lawmakers Are Lukewarm About Giving Up Say Over Medicaid Waivers »
OP-ED | Claims of Defensive Medicine Driving Healthcare Costs Not New »
New Connecticut Website Encourages Residents To Report Fraud »
National Report Shows Connecticut Continues To Invest In Mental Health »
State Agencies Asked To Defend Constitutionality of Hospital Tax »
Access Health Enrollment Starts Sunday; Uninsured To Face Steeper Fines »
Poll Finds Opposition To New Tax On Ambulatory Care Centers »
OP-ED | Covering CT’s Uninsured: How Did We Do? »
Mental Health Care Coordination Yet Another Casualty of Mid-Year Budget Cuts »
Healthcare Advocates Win Small Victory With Delay of Payment Reform »
Malloy Stops Short Of Agreeing To Change Emergency Budget Cuts; Fasano Fires Back at Sharkey »
Sharkey, Democrats Prepare Alternatives To Malloy’s Rescissions »
OP-ED | Let’s Halt Rush To Risky Medicaid Experiment »
Drop In Stock Market Prompts Nearly $103M In Emergency State Budget Cuts »
OP-ED | Medicaid Myths Challenged »
Association Says Nursing Home Allocation Violates Federal Law »
Reduction In Radiology Rates Will Limit Access for Medicaid Patients »
DSS Tells Lawmakers They’re Making Progress On Call Center Wait Times; Advocate Suggests Otherwise »
OP-ED | Connecticut’s Medicaid/HUSKY Key in Nation’s-Best ACA Implementation »
Nursing Home Workers Get Ready To Strike »
Hospital Executives Lobby Lawmakers Against Tax Hike, Cuts »
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 »