Medicaid Recipients Losing Coverage To Receive Letters And Calls
Connecticut Exchange Hopes To Exceed Sign-up GoalOfficials from Connecticut's health insurance exchange say roughly 20,000 individuals have signed up for private health insurance over the past month.
CEO Of State Health Exchange Leaving For Federal PostThe CEO of Connecticut's health care exchange is moving on, for a post in Washington.
Connecticut's Uninsured Rate Cut In Half
Computer Glitch PinpointedConnecticut's health insurance exchange has identified the computer glitch that led to about 900 canceled plans and affected thousands of other customers, an Access Health CT spokeswoman said Friday.
Error Leads To Drops From Health Care SystemComputer problems with Connecticut's health care exchange have led to some customers being dropped by their insurance carriers.
Exchange Says No Evidence of Criminality But Backpack Probe OngoingDespite an ongoing criminal investigation by federal and local authorities, officials from Connecticut's health insurance exchange said Thursday they believe a call center employee mistakenly left behind a backpack containing clients' personal information and had no intent to misuse the information.
Access Health CT Updates Breach OutreachConnecticut's health insurance exchange is sending letters to 395 individuals whose personal information was inside a backpack left on Trumbull Street in Hartford.
Vendor: Worker Had No Ill Intent For Personal Data The vendor operating Connecticut's health insurance marketplace call center took responsibility Monday for an employee leaving behind a backpack containing personal information of hundreds of clients outside a downtown Hartford deli, saying it was an inadvertent mistake and the worker had no nefarious plans for the data.
Update Today On Access Health CT Breach
Backpack Found With Health Exchange, Personal Info Connecticut's health insurance exchange is investigating why a backpack containing personal information of possible Access Health CT clients was discovered on a Hartford street.
Health Data: Older State Residents Got Health PlansNewly released data show the majority of Connecticut residents who signed up for private health insurance plans through the state's exchange are 35 years and older.