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Tenth captive insurer licensed in CT

RC Structures, a speciality concrete company in Syosset, N.Y., is basing its captive insurance operations in Connecticut. That makes its new captive, RCX Insurance Co., the 10th in Connecticut.

Cigna Foundation focusing on global workplace to advance better health

The Cigna Foundation is making workplace wellness a priority for its World of Difference grants outside the United States, viewing workplaces as an entry point to helping people navigate their health...

Wheeler expands federally qualified health center scope to Hartford, New Britain

Wheeler this spring will expand the scope of its federally qualified health center designation to include existing outpatient service sites in Hartford and New Britain to meet the healthcare needs of...

Cigna-Novartis ink value-based contract for heart drug

Cigna has entered into an outcomes-based contract with the pharmaceutical company Novartis for the drug Entresto, which was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat heart failure...

Commentary: Building a healthier tomorrow for CT, today

Dr. Donald Stangler |

In this year’s American Health Rankings Annual Report, an annual check-up of our nation’s health released by the United Health Foundation, Connecticut ranks No. 6 in overall health among...

Nine biz groups call on Malloy to use their expertise

Nine Connecticut business groups are urging Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to use their expertise to improve the state's economy and government services.

Pastore & Dailey opens Boston law office

The Glastonbury law firm of Pastore & Dailey has opened a Boston office.

Access Health CT hits record enrollment

Access Health CT announced today that 61,000 residents enrolled in either its exchange or Medicaid for the first time during open enrollment.

CT population shows slight decline

For the second straight year, Connecticut saw a drop in its population according to U.S. Census bureau estimates. The drop was 5,791 from a population of 3.5 million.

Merger aims to give nonprofits louder, sustainable voice

Q&A talks with Jeffrey Walter, interim CEO of the Connecticut Community Nonprofit Alliance.

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