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News & Publications

January 14, 2022 - Coverage and Reimbursement for At-Home COVID Tests
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July 6, 2021 - The state Capitol and Legislative Office Building are now officially reopened to the public. The buildings have been shuttered since March 2020 due to the pandemic. 

June 30, 2021 - Hartford, CT - As nearly 200,000 Connecticut residents still remain uninsured, the Connecticut Health Foundation awards five grants totaling $351,500 to support the work of local agencies advocating to expand access to healthcare coverage.

June 23, 2021 - Hartford, CT - The Office of Health Strategy and the Office of the State Comptroller announce the launch of the Connecticut Healthcare Affordability Index (CHAI), a tool designed to help policymakers understand the real costs of healthcare and the challenges that Connecticut residents face in meeting their basic expenses.

March 16, 2021 - The deadline for Open Enrollment for health insurance is extended to April 15th, 2021. More people may be eligible for policy subsidies under the new American Rescue Plan just passed by Congress. Call our experts for all your healthcare needs, questions, coverage denials or other issues. Here are some helpful links:

July 24, 2020 - Hartford, CT - The Office of the Healthcare Advocate salutes the passage of the insulin cost caps bill during the July special session, and calls for further action to protect consumers from the high cost of lifesaving medication.

June 2, 2020 - Hartford, CT - The Office of the Healthcare Advocate creates a new web portal to assist consumers who may have lost their health coverage due to the COVID-19 pandemic or economic shutdown.

March 17, 2020 - Hartford, CT–Consumers faced strong headwinds in both health care cost and access according to the 2019 annual report from the State of Connecticut Office of Healthcare Advocate (OHA). Despite those challenges, the OHA was still able to achieve more than $6 million in savings while helping more than 4,000 consumers.

August 6, 2019ACA Proposed Regulatory Changes Will Erode LGBTQ Protection



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April 27, 2020 - Hartford Healthcare - Staying Healthy, Body & Mind during COVID-19

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