The Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority was created by Chapter 58 of the Acts of 2006.
It is an independent state agency helping citizens find an insurance plan that is right for them. The agency promotes insurance coverage for the uninsured with affordable plans. The Authority’s program has made Massachusetts a model in the United States for health care reform.
The agendas, board minutes and reports are available at the State Library in both tangible format (paper) and on line. Our collection starts on June 7, 2006 and is current.
When visiting the Library in room 341 of the State House, there is access to the reports, agendas and minutes by asking for: MR 368.382M3 M56
The Reference Department