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Access Health CT’s 2017 budget to rely more on assessments than federal grants

Access Health CT enrollment center in New Britain (CTNewsJunkie file photo)
Access Health CT enrollment center in New Britain (CTNewsJunkie file photo)

HARTFORD, Conn. – Access Health CT’s board of directors adopted a 2017 budget that is about $2 million, or 6 percent, more than it forecast in 2016.

Board members for Connecticut’s insurance exchange unanimously approved a $34.6 million budget for the 2017 fiscal year, an increase over the $32.6 million forecast for this year, at their monthly meeting May 19 at the Legislative Office Building.

The budget increase is driven in large part by two factors: expiring federal grants and expenses related to a new call center, said Access Health CT CFO Steven Sigal, who presented the budget to board members.

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