Health care fraud is when a person purposely sends or makes someone else send, wrong or misleading information to the HUSKY Health Program so they can get health benefits or money. This is a crime.
There are many types of health care fraud. Here are some of the more common examples:
These are things you can do to help fight against fraud and abuse:
This portion of the HUSKY Health website is managed by Community Health Network of Connecticut, Inc., the State of Connecticut’s Medical Administrative Services Organization for the HUSKY Health Program. For the general HUSKY Health website gateway, please visit portal.ct.gov/husky. HUSKY Health includes Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and is administered by the Connecticut Department of Social Services.
To update your information, please select your HUSKY Health Program type. Once you select your program, you will need to log in to access and review your personal information.
To see whether you belong to HUSKY Health A, B, C, D, or LB simply look at your HUSKY Health ID Card. The big, bold letter is your HUSKY Health program.