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Behavioral health provider inks Cigna agreement

John Stearns |

A Los Angeles company with a program to treat health plan members with anxiety, depression or substance use disorders that cause or exacerbate co-existing medical conditions has signed an agreement...

Smith Brothers Insurance donates gifts to CT children

Smith Brothers Insurance in Glastonbury sponsored 40 children in need, and raised more than $7,500 for the 2017 Holiday Bear Project through the Connecticut Education...

Hartford’s residency requirement misguided

During a Q&A session at the Connecticut Business & Industry Association's recent economic forecast event in Hartford, Chris Swift, chairman and CEO of The Hartford, talked about the competitive...

Yale joins UnitedHealthcare's Medicare Advantage network

John Stearns |

Yale New Haven Health System (YNHHS) and UnitedHealthcare have expanded their network relationship, giving Connecticut residents enrolled in UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage plans access to YNHHS...

The Hartford takes early tax reform hit, expecting long-term gains

Patricia Daddona |

Federal tax reform will hit property and casualty insurer The Hartford hard initially, the company said this week, with an estimated $850 million fourth-quarter loss, though the long-term economic...

Despite challenges, Access Health enrollment ticks up

Matt Pilon |

Despite myriad challenges created by the market and federal government, Access Health CT's fifth annual enrollment outperformed last year by 2.3 percent, the insurance exchange announced Monday.

MetLife pursues insuretech startups

Gregory Seay |

MetLife Inc., the New York insurance giant with Bloomfield operations, says it has launched a pair of programs aimed at identifying, investing in and nurturing insurance-technology (insuretech)...

More CT employers issue bonuses in wake of tax reform

Gregory Seay |

The Hartford and Massachusetts lender Berkshire Hills Bancorp Inc., with Hartford operations, have joined the cavalcade of Connecticut employers extending bonuses to their workers and raising pay in...

The Hartford CEO: More work needed before insurers make good on $50M pledge

Greg Bordonaro |

The CEO and Chairman of The Hartford said Friday that his company and two other Hartford insurers are still committed to investing $50 million in the city over five years if policymakers develop a...

CT extends health care coverage for kids through February


Connecticut officials have pushed back their deadline to end health care coverage for more than 17,000 children and teenagers to Feb. 28 because of partial funding approved by Congress before...

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