Lawmakers Concerned By Hospitals Appealing Agreed-Upon RatesLawmakers say they feel betrayed by hospitals appealing rate increases agreed to by the Connecticut Hospital Association and the administration.
Lawmakers Pushing Ahead With Plans For Medicare Program FixConnecticut lawmakers are expected to push ahead this week with plans to restore funding for a program that helps about 140,000 seniors pay for Medicare expenses.
Malloy Putting Hospital Payments On Hold Due To Budget WoesConnecticut hospitals are being notified they may not receive about $150 million in anticipated payments because of state budget problems.
Fraud Investigator Pleads Guilty
Fraud Investigator Charged With Fraud
State Wants Reimbursement In ID Fraud Case
Connecticut Hires Firm To Detect Fraud In DSS ProgramTexas company will detect fraud, waste and abuse in the Department of Social Services Medical Assistance Program
Former D.S.S Employee Arrested
CAFCA Briefed On NEON Matter
Comptroller: $100 Million Added To Deficit In Last MonthConnecticut's projected deficit for the current fiscal year is up about $100 million in the last month, according to the latest projection from Comptroller Kevin Lembo.
DSS: Boxes Of Unprocessed Forms Reaches About 125The Department of Social Services said Wednesday there were approximately 125 boxes of unprocessed welfare and food stamp forms, including some with requests for voter registration assistance, found at the agency's regional office in Hartford.
Lawyer Accuses State Of Muzzling WorkersThe attormey for some of the state workers accused of fraud in a federal storm aid program says the state is trying to stop Department of Social Services workers from taking to him.