Connecticut Attorney General Urges rebidding Of State Health Insurance Programs, says Governor Move is unnecessaryConnecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal recommended on Monday that the State Department of Social Services contracts rebid with managed care organizations for HUSKY and the Charter Oak health Plan, but Governor Jodi Rell said that rebidding is not necessary to the New Haven register reports (O’Leary, New Haven Register, Rell canceled on Friday a plan that required the participation of doctors and hospitals HUSKY for children, the new charter Oak participating health plan for uninsured adults..

Rell said, because insurers are still required their their provider networks for Charter Oak, the contracts do not rebid rebid. She said that the insurer ‘will now continue to market both HUSKY and Charter Oak and the only difference is that they do not have to do them at the same time ‘(New Haven Register.2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All Rights Reserved part.. Told hurricane survivors Medicaid, SCHIP to Georgia Angewandte than 3,800 Hurricane Katrina survivors of then located on the Atlanta has Medicare or SCHIP cap the used Georgien. Department of Community Health , said on Thursday Morris Morris / Augusta Chronicle. is substantially refugees refugees be are now Georgia inhabitants and are incapable to pay a for health care, says Morris / Chronicle. State Community Health inspector Tim Burgess wrote eligibility of for hurricane survivors will be on least one year on to add that it continue growing the number of recipients expected. State emergency management officials on Monday estimated that at least 12,000 homes have join in Georgia made fields affected by the hurricane.

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