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CT regulator assesses The Hartford's $2.7B run-off sale

Matt Pilon |

A Connecticut Department of Insurance hearing officer overseeing the approximately $3 billion sale of The Hartford's run-off life and annuity business -- Talcott Resolution -- recommended Thursday...

CT worker's-comp assessment falls anew

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's treasurer says her office's prudent oversight of a pool to compensate workers hurt on the job has resulted in a lower assessment that will save employers $102 million in fiscal 2019.

Dems predict 'eye-popping' health premium hikes, blame GOP


Sen. Chris Murphy on Tuesday helped launch a Democratic initiative that blames Republicans for “sabotaging” the Affordable Care Act, leading to sky-high health insurance premiums.

Prudential lands $3.6B in deals

Matt Pilon |

Prudential Retirement, a Hartford-based unit of insurance giant Prudential Financial, announced Wednesday that it has inked nearly $3.6 billion in retirement assets and reinsurance contracts.

Hartford Steam Boiler-linked startup raises $13M

Matt Pilon |

A California insurance startup whose policies are backed by Hartford Steam Boiler and Insurance Co. (HSB) said it's raised $13 million.

Drug-price transparency bill passes legislature with no dissent


A bill designed to help Connecticut officials peer into the black box of drug pricing won final approval from a unanimous state Senate early Wednesday. Proponents of the measure called it a necessary...

Report: CT health system ranks high

John Stearns |

Connecticut ranks ninth among states in a new study evaluating access to care, quality of care, health outcomes and health disparities.

Danbury behavioral health clinic owners agree to sell for $4M

John Stearns |

The owners of Blue Sky Behavioral Health Clinic in Danbury want to retire and are seeking approval to sell their stakes in the clinic for $4 million, according to Office of Health Care Access filings.

USI Insurance Services buys former KeyBank benefits business

John Stearns |

USI Insurance Services, which has operations in Connecticut, announced it has acquired an insurance and benefits business formerly owned by KeyBank.

Long-term care bill gets 'strike-all' treatment

Matt Pilon |

One group of Connecticut insurance policyholders may be disappointed, while another may be elated.

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