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Our health work is directed toward the goals of
- Ensuring that the state’s lower-income children, families and pregnant women have timely access to high-quality, affordable healthcare.
- Ensuring that all eligible lower-income children, families and pregnant women have uninterrupted coverage in the HUSKY Health program.
- Ensuring that the implementation of national health reform builds on the gains we have made in covering children, pregnant women, and families in our HUSKY Health program.
- January 2017
We can all agree that children deserve the opportunity to develop to their full potential. In Connecticut, that shared goal can become a statewide reality.
- September 2016
American Community Survey 2015: Connecticut Residents See Income and Health Insurance Gains, but Child Poverty Remains High
New data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey data finds modest progress in health care access, median household incomes and income inequality, but little improvement in reduced poverty.
- July 2016
Continuous health insurance coverage is an important aspect of quality in Connecticut’s HUSKY Program, ensuring uninterrupted access to preventive care and treatment for acute and chronic conditions.