The Connecticut Mirror notes how HealthyCT is managing its relationships with physicians, hospitals and other providers.
The Hartford Business Journal outlines the challenges for patients in not yet knowing which providers and hospitals will be in each insurer’s network. HealthyCT CEO Ken Lalime talks about what the company is doing to ensure network adequacy.
Reporter Jeff Saperstone comes inside the HealthyCT offices to show how far the company has come, and how fast.
” … Connecticut got happy news Friday — a good deal on health insurance for people without it. The insurer is HealthyCT …”
Health insurance rates for Americans who will buy insurance on state exchanges starting Jan. 1 are lower than expected, a variety of government and insurance industry studies show.
Before it ever collected a dollar from a member, HealthyCT filed with the state to significantly reduce its rates.
Following a lengthy federal and state review process, HealthyCT receives its license to see health insurance in Connecticut.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation explains the basics about health insurance CO-OPs and what they mean to consumers and small businesses.
New health plan is on target to offer insurance this fall