Three insurers bid for Connecticut plans
Hartford Courant, April 17, 2008
Aetna, UnitedHealth Group, and Community Health Network of Connecticut Inc. have submitted bids to serve Connecticut's HUSKY Medicaid program and a proposed new health plan for uninsured adults. A goal of the Charter Oak Health Plan, aimed at adults who have not been able to afford coverage, is to charge consumers no more than $250 a month in premiums. The insurers' bids have not been made public, so it's not known if they met the state's goals on premiums and co-pays.
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