Datapoint: EmblemHealth Subsidiary Pulls Out of Connecticut Small Group Market

EmblemHealth’s ConnectiCare will exit the small group insurance market for the 2023 plan year, according to a Nov. 29 report in the Hartford Business Journal. It’s the second insurer to pull out of Connecticut’s small group market in recent weeks, joining Point32Health. EmblemHealth currently enrolls 22,723 members in Connecticut’s small group market, with a vast majority of those members served by a ConnectiCare plan. Yale University Health Plan is the state’s small group market leader, with 44,000 members.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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