After a career spanning over 45 years in the Connecticut healthcare landscape, Ken Lalime will be retiring from his position as the Chief Executive Officer of the Community Health Center […]
Community Health Center Association of CT Partners with UConn Health to Study Impact of Telehealth During Covid‐19 Pandemic
Partnership will perform a robust analysis on clinical, operational, and financial data; patient impact key among objectives Download this press release as PDF. CHESHIRE—Monday, February 8, 2021—The Community Health Center […]
Fair Haven Community Health Care ranked as a top 10 quality leader by federal agency
Center recognized as being in the top 10 percentile for being a quality leader, and the top two percent in handling of behavioral health by the Health Resources & Services Administration.
Community Health Center Association of CT Awarded $486,000 Grant to Support Ongoing Fight Against COVID-19
The Community Health Center Association of Connecticut (CHCACT) is the recipient of a $486,000 grant in support of the ongoing fight against COVID-19 by the Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA). The grant will help the state’s community health centers increase COVID-19 testing, purchase medical equipment, and develop patient health kits.
HUSKY Health Updates re: COVID-19
Important information for HUSKY Health members, including medical advisement and changes in coverage.
Tri-State Governors’ Conference Call Summary
To address prevention measures for COVID-19, the Governors of Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey announced a regionalized plan set to go into effect on March 16, 2020
Ken Lalime on WTIC Radio – March 5, 2020
Ken Lalime, CEO of CHCACT, discusses healthy habits with Ray Dunaway and Joe D’Ambrosio on WTIC-1080 radio. (Includes playable recording)
WNPR Feature: Health Centers Cite Difficulties With Recruiting, Retaining Primary Care Doctors In Connecticut
Community health centers say they are having trouble recruiting and retaining primary care physicians. As CT Public Radio’s Nicole Leonard reports, that could lead to gaps in care.