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The Hartford invests in Calif. HR software firm

Patricia Daddona |

Property and casualty insurer The Hartford is the lead investor in a $3.5 million deal to finance market expansion for Flock, a San Francisco human resources software provider.

CareCentrix teams with digital health firm to enhance in-home care

John Stearns |

Hartford-based CareCentrix, which oversees networks of homecare service and equipment providers on behalf of insurers, has teamed with a Cambridge, Mass.-based digital health firm to develop virtual...

Insurers, doctors work to curb opioid prescriptions

John Stearns | 1

Health insurers are wielding their significant influence and claims data to address the nation's opioid crisis and are making headway in a key battlefront: encouraging doctors to prescribe fewer...

CT employers, individuals to face higher health insurance rates in 2018

Greg Bordonaro |

The Connecticut Insurance Department reduced about half of health insurers' rate requests for 2018 health plans next year, according to figures today from the department.

Anthem, ConnectiCare commit to CT's exchange

John Stearns |

Anthem and ConnectiCare Benefits Inc. have committed to participate in Connecticut's health insurance exchange, Access Health CT, for 2018, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman announced...

Travelers suspends repurchasing program in wake of hurricanes

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford insurer The Travelers Cos. is suspending its share buyback program as it assesses the full breadth of losses for hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

Iora Health opens first CT primary care office in Hartford

John Stearns |

Boston-based Iora Health last week opened its first practice in Connecticut in the Avery Heights senior living community in Hartford.

More CT employees in high-deductible plans and paying more for them

John Stearns |

More Connecticut employees were enrolled in high-deductible health health plans through an employer last year, 59.3 percent, versus 50.5 percent in 2015, according to a new analysis of the Medical...

After Dillon Stadium settlement, Rocky Hill insurance broker sold

Patricia Daddona |

A Rocky Hill insurance agency that settled a legal dispute with the city of Hartford over allegations it issued a fake coverage certificate for the defunct Dillon Stadium redevelopment has been...

Hartford HealthCare, Anthem contract deadline looms

Matt Pilon |

After their last contract negotiations went down to the wire, Hartford HealthCare and Anthem are once again in deal-making mode less than a month before their current contract expires.

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