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  • A
    I've been to the ERs at UConn, St. Francis, and Hosp of Central CT (formerly New Britain General).
    Hosp of Central CT has the best ER facility and short wait times.
    UConn has short wait times, but it's ER and rooms seem old and outdated (no TVs while you wait).
    St. Francis has nice rooms and staff, but wait times are horrible (I've waited over 4 hours to be seen).
    My most recent visit to HCC was for stomach bug .. I was seen in short time, and while getting initial check (triage), lost my cookies.  Nurse was quick to react and help me, and took me to a room to be seen by dr.  I was given meds quickly to help and time to recover enough to be sent home.
    - Jonathan B.
  • B
    We have been covered by Cigna for over a year, so far no complaints. Their network doctors are good and they have a large number of providers to choose from. Their website is easy to use and, while I've only called them once, their telephone operators seamed very professional. I've used Cigna mainly for preventive care, so I'm not sure how they deal with big claims like surgeries, etc. But for general doctor visits and common prescriptions Cigna has been fine.
    - Maria C.
  • A
    Ear, nose and throat physician prescribed NEXIUM, and started me with a free sample, and issued a prescription, which I filled at CVS. Once the bill landed at CIGNA (which they paid under my mostly employer paid health care plan), they called me, and strongly recommended coming off of NEXIUM (patent-protected), and moving to a generic such as PREVACID. They obviously track the invoices, saw it was a new subscription, and took the initiative to call both my prescribing physician and me. By coming off of NEXIUM, my employee co-pay was cut by more than half, and my employer saved money, too. It was a CIGNA nurse who called, and she was very professional and clearly well-trained in this area. I'd rather save the money (for both my employer and myself) and not take a chance on a new medicine, so this was a good move all they way around.
    - Steven G.
  • A
    Ear, nose and throat physician prescribed NEXIUM (non-generic) for me as a new prescription. He started me off with a free sample, and gave me a prescription which I filled at CVS. I paid my co-pay ($40). This must have generated a bill at CIGNA, because they called me and strongly recommended coming off of NEXIUM and moving to PREVACID. It does the same thing, but is much less expensive ($30 less under my co-pay), and has also been on the market for a much longer period of time (does that mean it is safer?).
    The phone call to me was generated by a well-trained and very professional nurse. She called the ENT physician for me. CIGNA saved both my employer and me money by staying on top of the details. The phone call to me was generated shortly after I filled the prescription at CVS.
    - Steven G.
  • A
    We get fantastic coverage through Anthem BC/BS for both medical and dental. Our price for a family of four is also very reasonable as health insurance goes, though I suspect that if you didn't have it through an employer you'd be paying top dollar. Everything we expected to be has been covered without any angry phone calls to the insurance company. Every doctor I have considered going to takes our insurance. Dentists are a little harder to find, but there are plenty that participate with Anthem. They also don't charge a copay for preventative care, which I think is awesome (although I do think it's silly that they don't consider a yearly visit to your gynecologist to be preventative care, and they charge the specialist copay to see one). My only complaint is that if you do have a question or issue, you have to wait on hold for a while. They do have a website that has a lot of good information (such as searching for a doctor or dentist), but I have had two experiences in as many months where the website has not functioned properly and I've had to call or email anyway. So if you have a problem, it's a pain, but fortunately they have great coverage and I foresee very few problems happening.
    - Rebecca W.
  • D
    Aetna Inc
    I don't like them and I wouldn't recommend them. When I called and signed up with them they were all gung ho. I had to get a physical from my doctor and he told them that I was healthy. I had to get a routine colonoscopy so I called them to verify that it was covered. They said yes everything should be fine. Four months after my colonoscopy my doctor's office calls me and asks me why I haven't paid the bill. I have been dealing with the insurance company for months now and they have said they need additional information from me 23 different times. I have faxed or mailed them the information they needed 23 times. I have called them about 60 times and they keep saying they haven't gotten my paper work. I am about to drive there and hand deliver the papers to someone. They give you the run around and they don't get back to me when they say they will. I had a lady say she would call me back in 10 minutes and it has now been 5 days. I have nothing good to say about them. Their rates are reasonable but the service is crappy. I have been to the doctor one time in a year and a half and they are trying to say that it was a pre-existing condition.
    - Dan H.
  • A
    Hartford Hospital
    I had a perfectly good experience there. they were efficient, I didn't have to sit around and wait, they did a good job and I was able to be released when I was supposed to. there wasn't any huge issues to report. It was fine. The people that I interacted with I give am A.
    - Beverly C.
  • A
    Connecticut Children's Medical Center
    The staff at the hospital was very friendly (even for 3:00 in the morning). The hospital is geared towards children so when you walk in you sense a very child friendly atmosphere that would put most kids more at ease being at the doctor. We were very concerned because we had a very ill child on our hands, but the doctors and nurses were very reassuring and took wonderful care of our daughter. They continued to monitor her and asked a ton of question so they could diagnose what was going on with her. We were very impressed with the staff and would definitely choose this hospital again if we had to. Hopefully we never have to take our child there again though.
    - Whitney M.
  • B
    Hartford Transplant Associates
    I've been to this clinic a couple times by now. I've never had a problem making a same day appointment, as they have many open slots. I like the long hours b/c I can get in even after work. The receptionist was ok. One of them is extremely rude, while the other is pretty neutral. The wait was really long on one of my visits, over an hour and half, due to some mixup. Then my other visit I was seen within 20 minutes. The doctors are really nice and attentive. I would go back for the doctor care and convenience factor.
    - shashwath m.
  • A
    Connecticut Children's Medical Center
    They have a good way of taking care of the children. They are kind and understanding. They take the time to explain things to take the scare out of it. It is the only place near that caters to children.
    - Joan H.
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