Health Care Cabinet

The Cabinet was established to advise Governor Dannel P. Malloy, Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman and the Office of Health Reform & Innovation on issues related to federal health reform implementation and development of an integrated health care system for Connecticut.

Members

The Cabinet is Chaired by Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman.

Operating Principles

Health Care Cabinet Operating Principles

Upcoming Meetings

The Next Regularly Scheduled Meeting of the Cabinet is scheduled for Tuesday, March 14, 2017 to be held from 9:00 AM- 12:00 PM at the State Capitol Room 310.

All members of the public are invited to attend. Agenda, supportive documentation, and meeting summaries will be posted as available and in accordance with state meeting requirements.

Working Groups

The Cabinet may convene working groups, which include volunteer health care experts, to make recommendations concerning the development and implementation of service delivery and health care provider payment reforms, including multi-payer initiatives, medical homes, electronic health records and evidenced-based health care quality improvement.

More Information

View the enabling legislation (Opens in new window; See Section 14)

STATE OF CONNECTICUT 
OFFICE OF THE HEALTHCARE ADVOCATE 
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) FOR CONSULTING SERVICES
FOR HEALTHCARE CABINET STUDY OF COST CONTAINMENT MODELS

The Office of the Healthcare Advocate (OHA) is seeking consulting services to assist the Health Care Cabinet in:  A)  studying health care cost containment models in other states, including, but not limited to, Massachusetts, Maryland, Oregon, Rhode Island, Washington and Vermont, and B) in identifying successful practices and programs that may be implemented in the state for the purposes of (1) monitoring and controlling health care costs, (2) enhancing competition in the health care market, (3) promoting the use of high-quality health care providers with low total medical expenses and prices, (4) improving health care cost and quality transparency, (5) increasing cost-effectiveness in the health care market, and (6) improving the quality of care and health outcomes.

 

The response period is now closed.