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Wadleigh named Access Health CT's interim CEO

A day after announcing the departure of its founding chief executive, Access Health CT, the state’s online insurance exchange, has named James R. Wadleigh Jr. as interim CEO.

Feds award $500K to two CT health centers

Two health centers in Connecticut will share $500,000 from the federal government to pay for new construction and renovations, the Department of Health and Human Services announced.

Counihan departing Access Health CT

Access Health CT CEO Kevin Counihan, who spearheaded Connecticut's largely successful first round of Obamacare enrollment through the state's public insurance exchange, is departing for a federal...

Insurance regulators recoup $1.8M from insurers in 2Q

State insurance regulators ordered health and other insurers who made untimely claim payments or committed other violations to repay policyholders more than $1.3 million in the second quarter, the...

Casle’s Gateway medical-office template is it — for now

Gregory Seay |

As physicians, hospitals and other caregivers become more specialized and decentralized, so, too, are the varieties of treatment spaces they need.

Dentists are entrepreneurs without business training

Greg Bordonaro |

Most Connecticut dentists operate solo practices, but the irony is few of them have much formal training running a business.

CT dentists weigh consolidation prospects

Greg Bordonaro |

Dr. Greg Schwab spent years helping grow his Stamford dental practice before back problems made it difficult for him to treat patients, eventually forcing the 47-year-old to hang up his tongue...

Anthem will have 2015 rate decrease

Customers of Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, which had unsuccessfully asked regulators to approve a rate increase for its individual insurance plans, will actually see a slight decrease come Jan. 1,...

Phoenix Life's 2Q dips into red

The Phoenix Cos. Inc.'s main life-insurance unit lost money in the second quarter despite improved financial performance in wealth-products distribution.

Fitch downgrades L+M for labor strike

Fitch Ratings said it has downgraded the credit rating of $50.7 million in state bonds issued three years ago on behalf of New London’s Lawrence + Memorial Hospital because of the care...

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