Connecticut Hospital Association

News Headlines

Making a deal to reopen government was right move
New London Day - Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Breaking down this year’s Access Health CT open enrollment
Connecticut Mirror - Tuesday, January 23, 2018

States Grapple With Federal Tax Cut That May Raise State Taxes
Wall Street Journal - Tuesday, January 23, 2018

View from the Left: The GOP tax law hurts everyone
Norwich Bulletin - Tuesday, January 23, 2018


What's New

Connecticut Hospitals Launch Test Project to Focus on Social Determinants of Health

Four Connecticut hospitals have begun testing ways to find out if patients have needs related to housing, employment, food insecurity, and transportation – factors that are not traditionally part of medical care but have significant impact on health – and refer them to appropriate resources.


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Governor Vetoes Medicare Savings Plan Fix

On Tuesday, January 16, Governor Dannel Malloy vetoed HB 7601, An Act Concerning Adjustments To The State Budget Regarding The Medicare Savings Program And Eligibility Therefor, a recently passed bipartisan bill that reverses newly established eligibility standards for the Medicare Savings Program (MSP). 


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Influenza Widespread in Connecticut

Influenza cases have been rising across the nation and here in Connecticut.  The Connecticut Department of Public Health is reporting that flu cases are now widespread across the state.


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