We’ve been helping make Connecticut healthier since we were founded in 1981 by a group of doctors. We live and work in the same communities as our members, so we’re able to do more for you. Whether it’s helping find a doctor or providing new, easier ways to get care and service, you can count on ConnectiCare, because caring goes with the territory.
Serving individuals, retirees, and employers
We offer health plans for businesses of all sizes, as well as individuals and retirees. As a matter of fact, we’re the health plan that’s most frequently selected by individual buyers across Connecticut.*
We also help many of Connecticut’s employers and municipalities create benefit-and-wellness plans that keep their employees healthy and their organizations thriving.
All of our health insurance plans let you:
Visit any hospital in Connecticut
Get free preventive care**
Get urgent and emergency care wherever you travel
We also offer plans with a nationwide network of doctors, nurse practitioners, and other health care professionals. Want to know who’s in our network? Search our “Find a Doctor” directory.
Closer to our members at ConnectiCare centersSometimes it helps to talk to someone about health insurance in person. Ask some questions. Get the information you need. That’s why we opened ConnectiCare centers around Connecticut. Find locations and hours at visitconnecticare.com. (Note: We’ve temporarily closed our centers to help keep everyone safe during the coronavirus health emergency.)
Looking for a health plan from ConnectiCare?
- ConnectiCare is on Connecticut’s health insurance marketplace, Access Health CT
- You can choose a plan on our website or visit us at a ConnectiCare center
- Talk to your broker
- Enroll through your employer
* ConnectiCare is the top carrier in Connecticut’s health insurance marketplace, Access Health CT, based on enrollment1. We also lead in membership in off-exchange individual plans2 and small group plans3
Sources: 1 Access Health CT, Jan. 2017; 2 Connecticut Insurance Department, June 2016; 3 Connecticut Insurance Department, June 2016
**“Free” preventive care means that you will not have a copay or have to pay money toward your deductible or coinsurance for the services. Sometimes a preventive care visit leads to other medical care or tests, even at the same appointment. You should check with your doctor or doctor’s staff during your visit to see if there are services you may be billed for.