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The latest on Access Health CT

By Rosana Garcia With deadlines fast approaching there has been a recent flurry of activity at Access Health CT. After weeks of uncertainly, we finally learned that there are still two carriers offering coverage through Access Health CT: Anthem and … Continue reading

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Access Health CT & CT Insurance Department in “Wait and See” Mode

By Rosana Garcia Amid much uncertainty, the Access Health CT (AHCT) Board of Directors met yesterday morning. By the end of the meeting, not much was any clearer. Jim Wadleigh, the CEO of AHCT, opened with the statement that was … Continue reading

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Jonathan Miller’s Health Care Story

Protect Our Care CT’s Health Care Action Day, March 22, 2017.

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You May Qualify for Discounts on Health Care Costs: Check It Out at Access Health CT

By Rosana Garcia Open enrollment on Access Health CT begins November 1, 2016 and runs until January 31, 2017. Yesterday we shared an article that has great information for those signing up for health insurance for 2017 coverage: What you … Continue reading

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Access Health CT hosts first annual Community Conference, open to feedback

By Rosana Garcia Last week, Access Health CT (AHCT) hosted their first annual Community Conference, ahead of the fourth Open Enrollment period, which starts November 1.  The conference was geared towards the organizations and Certified Application Counselors who help enroll … Continue reading

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Highlights from Sept Access Health CT Board Meeting

By Rosana Garcia With 39 days until Open Enrollment, the Access Health CT (AHCT) September Board meeting was chock full of guest presentations and information. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplaces have been in the news a lot, lately.  There … Continue reading

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ConnectiCare’s decision is a win for consumers – or is it? 

By Lynne Ide  In case you missed it in this past week’s news, ConnectiCare was peeved that the state’s Insurance Department decided to approve an average premium increase of only 17.4% for individual health plans in 2017.  ConnectiCare wanted an … Continue reading

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