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Like good schools, safe streets, and good jobs - strong hospitals are vital to the quality of life of Connecticut’s communities.

Across the state, Connecticut's hospitals care for their communities, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our hospitals serve as the safety net for all residents, treating and caring for everyone regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay.

Top priorities for Connecticut hospitals are:

Sending messages to our lawmakers about issues of importance to hospitals is central to CHA's advocacy efforts.

2017 Legislative Agenda

2017: Connecticut Hospitals Today

2016 Issue Briefs

Fiscal Issues

Hospitals for a Healthy Economy

Hospitals and Taxes

How Hospitals are Paid

Connecticut Hospitals are Evolving
 

Community Health

Hospitals Serve our Communities

Hospitals and Health Equity

Hospitals and Population Health
 

Clinical Issues

Hospitals and Mental Health

Hospitals and Substance Use Treatment

Hospitals: Delivering Safe, Reliable, Quality Healthcare

  • Christopher Dadlez, President and Chief Executive Officer, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center
  • Hospital leaders on Capitol Hill
  • Elliot Joseph, President and CEO, Hartford HealthCare
  • Congressman John Larson (CT-1) with Christopher Dadlez
  • Chad Wable, President and Chief Executive Officer, Saint Mary’s Hospital
  • Bruce Cummings, President and CEO, Lawrence + Memorial Hospital
  • Kurt Barwis, President and Chief Executive Officer, Bristol Hospital
  • Congressman John Larson (CT-1) addresses hospital leaders
  • Marie O’Brien, Chairman of the Bristol Hospital Board and President, CT Development Authority
  • Hospital leaders on Capitol Hill
  • Senator Joseph Lieberman addresses hospital leaders
  • Senator Richard Blumenthal addresses hospital leaders
  • Vincent Petrini, Senior VP of Public Affairs, Yale-New Haven Hospital
  • Elliot Joseph, President and CEO, Hartford HealthCare

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