Recording of Part II of Our Summer Public Policy Series: Why is Healthcare so Expensive in CT?

Posted on August 19, 2022

Connecticut insurers have asked state regulators for a more than 20% rate hike for individual healthcare plans. Rep. Fiorello recently sat down with healthcare expert Jeffrey Hogan, of Upside Health Advisors, to find out why.

Connecticut is among the states with the highest number of state mandates for insurance coverage. Does the benefit of having these mandates outweigh the costs? Underlying the cost of health insurance is the cost of services and the cost of drugs. How do we get to a healthcare

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Connecticut Insurance Department Seeking Public Input For Proposed Insurance Rate Increases

Posted on August 4, 2022

Insurance Department Information Meeting

The Connecticut Insurance Department is asking for public comment during an August 15 informational public meeting on the health insurance proposals filed by CIGNA Health & Life, CTCare Inc., CTCare Benefits Inc., and the ConnectiCare Insurance Company, Inc. for 2023 plans both on and off Access Health CT, the state’s federal Affordable Care Act exchange.

The public informational meeting will be held in a hybrid format, both in person at the Legislative Office

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Summer Public Policy Series on Health Insurance

Posted on August 4, 2022

Healthcare costs are skyrocketing in Connecticut.

Connecticut insurers are asking state regulators for a more than 20% rate hike for individual healthcare plans. Some insurers, such as Harvard Pilgrim, are exiting CT’s insurance market, pulling its fully insured commercial products like small group plans.

Connecticut is among the states with the highest number of state mandates for insurance coverage. This Office of Legislative Research report is a year old, and since then, the legislature has added

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