Our Media

A major focus for the Foundation in 2015 was to act as a watchdog for health care. We made it a priority to educate the public and begin discussions around issues that affect Connecticut residents.

We wrote blogs, created visuals and videos, and communicated on social media – all in an effort to keep the public informed of the rapid changes unfolding every day.

Here is a sample of media that we produced:



Big Pharma: Life Saver or Criminal Enterprise?

Pharmaceutical companies are being called out in fairly graphic terms for price gouging, influence peddling and deceptive, dangerous marketing practices. Read


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CT Back in the Forefront of Health Reform

It is not often that major health care legislation gains traction in Hartford—let alone a bi-partisan bill that seeks to tackle such a wide variety of issues. Read



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Surprise Out-of-Network Charges Cost Us All

I see many types of bills as a health insurance agent, but I received one from a client last week that highlights a disturbing trend. Read


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Taking Stock of Cost and Quality

This is the first in a series about SB-811, a landmark health care bill that passed in the Connecticut General Assembly this year, now known as Public Act 15-146, AN ACT CONCERNING HOSPITALS, INSURERS AND HEALTH CARE CONSUMERS.  In this series, we will examine the different elements in the larger bill, as it collected a wide range of new laws and changes to current laws.  Today, we tackle Section 19. Read


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Congress Gears Up for Hearings on Health Insurance Mergers

Two mergers of giant health insurance carriers will be under scrutiny by congressional committees this month. Read


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All Policy is Health Policy

Ever experience that moment when you look at your kid, point your finger, and quote one of your parents? Read


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