Connecticut Health Care Reform Advisory Board

The Health Care Reform Advisory Board is a 15-member board established by Executive Order No. 30 that took effect on July 8, 2009.  It is chaired by Department of Public Health, Office of Health Care Access Deputy Commissioner Cristine Vogel.  The board's sole responsibility is to prepare a set of proposed health care policies in response to federal health care reforms with emphasis on cost containment, maximizing federal matching funds, best practices designed to enhance access to preventive care, and assuring health care coverage for all children entering the primary and secondary school system.  The board will make its interim recommendations by February 1, 2010 and final recommendations by January 1, 2011 to the Governor and General Assembly.  The board will terminate on the date it presents its final recommendation.

Executive Order #30
  • Appointed Members of the Health Care Reform Advisory Board
  • For a detailed list of all scheduled meetings of the Board see below.  If you are interested in attending board meetings, please let us know by registering your information and subscribing to the OHCA Calendar e-alerts.  By subscribing, you will receive information on upcoming meetings, conference calls, and most importantly, changes to meeting schedules.

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    Recent and Upcoming Meeting Information:

             2009 Meetings
             2010 Meetings

    General Information:

    Agenda, supportive documents and meeting summaries will be posted as made available and in accordance with state meeting requirements.

    All members of the public are invited to attend. To receive updates on activities of the Advisory Board, please subscribe for e-Alerts on the left side of this webpage.

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