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West Hartford's SCIO Health Analytics' $68.3M in revenue earns it top 100 ranking

John Stearns |

West Hartford-based SCIO Health Analytics posted $68.3 million in revenue last year, placing it for the first time among the top 100 vendors with the highest revenues derived from healthcare IT...

Travelers, again, duels over logo infringement

Travelers Cos. is back in court in another attempt to block the use of an umbrella logo by another financial services company.

CT group launches healthcare speakers bureau

John Stearns |

CT Partners for Health (CPH) is now offering a speakers bureau to provide free presentations on various healthcare topics to community groups.

Hartford HealthCare begins urgent-care reset

Matt Pilon |

As Connecticut's urgent care market evolves and matures, one of the state's largest hospital systems is significantly expanding its footprint in the industry.

Community Health Center Association of CT selects eConsult provider

John Stearns |

The Community Health Center Association of Connecticut has selected AristaMD of La Jolla, Calif., to provide eConsults with specialists for patients of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)...

Most CT insurers propose double-digit rate hikes

Patricia Daddona |

With healthcare insurance costs more of an unknown nationally, the state of Connecticut is about to grapple with double-digit rate increase requests from insurers that go as high as 33.8 percent.

Niche 'health-tech' sector seeks to become CT hub

Patricia Daddona |

When Farmington-based Diameter Health's software was combing through a health system's electronic medical records recently, it found that the hospital incorrectly labeled penicillin as pain medicine.

The Hartford's 1Q net up 17%

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford posted a 17 percent increase in profits for the first quarter, buoyed by strong growth in its commercial and personal lines of business.

Access Health CEO worried remaining insurers will quit exchange


Access Health CT CEO James Wadleigh says he's concerned that next year Anthem and ConnectiCare may quit Connecticut's Affordable Care Act marketplace, where more than 100,000 Connecticut residents...

CT Insurance Dept. updates online licensing

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut’s Insurance Department has launched a new licensing web site to improve customer service for nearly 200,000 agents, brokers, adjusters and other licensees.

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