New York Gov.
Andrew Cuomo has expanded the state’s collective health insurance program to include more than 1.5 million New Yorkers, with most of the new beneficiaries receiving coverage through the state-run Connecticut Health Plan.
Tufts has been offering the insurance for years.
Tuft said Tuesday that the expansion is part of its commitment to providing a better health care option for all New Yorkers.
Cuomo also announced that he will create a commission to study the best way to expand and modernize the state Health Plan and provide more options for families, and to make recommendations on how to better support those who are struggling financially.
The Health Plan covers a wide range of benefits, including dental, vision, prescription drugs, mental health, emergency services and more.
In addition, the program provides coverage for mental health issues, including schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
It also offers a prescription drug benefit, which covers medications like Ambien, but it does not cover prescriptions for medications that can be expensive to obtain.
Tuves Health Plan said in a statement that its expansion into the Health Plan will enable them to provide an even better care option to New Yorkers who need it most.
Tuias Health Plan had been working with the state on the proposal, which is part the broader Cuomo Administration’s push to improve access to health care for the state.
In February, the state released a report calling for the expansion of health coverage to more New Yorkers through the Health Plans, as well as expanding coverage to families with children under 18.
The report noted that health care costs were rising and that there were not enough people in the state who were receiving health care.
Cuomo is also launching a commission that will examine how to improve coverage, expand coverage to the uninsured and improve the quality of care for those who have a chronic illness.
Tuces Health Plan plans to launch the health plan in early 2019.
The plan is being launched at a time when New York’s economy is struggling, with unemployment reaching 11.5 percent and a national jobless rate of nearly 20 percent.
New York is also the state with the largest percentage of people with insurance coverage.
The state’s health insurance plans, which were created in 2010, cover about 16.5% of New Yorkers with income up to 400 percent of the federal poverty level.
The cost of coverage varies depending on which plans are offered, but some of the plans include premiums for coverage that includes the full cost of a hospital stay, prescriptions, and prescription drugs.