As NH moves to switch to private Medicaid Managed Care, Connecticut has decided to stop using private insurers for its Medicaid health programs. As of January 2012, all of the state's Medicaid programs will be funneled into one system operated by a third-party administrator, with the state, rather than the insurers, will bear the risk of claims. This also brings the state back to a fee-for-service model rather than a flat fee per patient. Read articles from USA Today and the Hartford Courant to find out more about this switch. Click here to find out more about Medicaid Managed Care in NH in our Advocacy section.