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2017 Affordable Care Act Expectations: Connecticut

Despite a concentrated effort by congressional Republicans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, the law is still in effect. That said, the ACA’s future remains uncertain under the Trump Administration. To understand how potential changes could affect Connecticut residents, consider the following: Where Do Things Currently Stand? In March, Republican legislators attempted to garner support for a plan 

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2017 Affordable Care Act Expectations: Massachusetts

In the wake of a failed attempt to replace the Affordable Care Act, congressional Republicans are considering whether to try again or leave the law in place. In the meantime, here’s what Massachusetts residents need to know about “Obamacare.”   Obamacare has not been repealed. Although house Republicans introduced a plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, it 

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Winter Sports Safety Tips

Winter Sports Safety Tips Sports provide children with a chance to stay healthy and make new friends. During the winter, however, harsh weather can expose young athletes to potential health hazards. If your child is participating in cold weather athletics, learn the following winter sports safety strategies to help keep them safe. Keep Warm Many children shun sweaters and jackets, 

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What Does Access Health Insurance CT Cover?

Connecticut’s official health insurance marketplace, Access Health CT, offers state residents and small business owners a range of health care coverage options from public health care programs and health insurance carriers. It’s also the only place where qualified families, individuals, and employers can get financial assistance with their health care costs. Essential Health Benefits Established to fulfill the requirements of 

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Help Urgent Care Medicine Get a Boost from Legislators

Source: The Case for Urgent Care, September 1, 2011, Urgent Care Association of America What is Urgent Care? As defined by the Urgent Care Association of America, Urgent Care is healthcare provided on a walk-in, no-appointment basis for acute illness or injury that is not life or limb threatening, and is beyond the scope or availability of the typical primary 

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Health News + Events

When Should You Get Tested for COVID-19?

If you were recently around someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, you’re probably wondering if you should get tested yourself. Even if you’re not exhibiting symptoms of  Read More

What’s the Difference Between Rapid & PCR COVID-19 Tests?

If you’ve been feeling under the weather or you were recently in close contact with someone with COVID-19, you’re probably looking into your COVID-19 testing options. And if so  Read More

Virtual Visits for the Flu: Pros & Cons

When you’re experiencing flu symptoms, you want the treatment you need as soon as possible. But which urgent care option is going to be the best choice for you: a virtual telemed  Read More

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