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Voya retirement chief departs

Voya Financial, which has significant Windsor operations, said the CEO of its retirement and annuities division, Mary E. Beams, has left the company to pursue other opportunities.

CT hospitals briefed on Ebola, Enterovirus

Though there have been no confirmed cases of the Ebola virus in Connecticut, more than 120 healthcare providers met Tuesday in Wallingford to discuss how they can best detect the disease and conduct...

CT hospitals tie their wagons to big-name cancer centers

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut hospitals are increasingly forming partnerships with prestigious cancer centers to bring more experimental studies to their campuses, improve their care standards and market themselves.

Insurance Dept. to crack down on sick leave policy

Following an audit, the state's Insurance Department says it will tighten its oversight of employees' sick-day usage.

Aetna, St. Francis ink first ACO deal

Hartford health insurer Aetna said it has signed an accountable care agreement with St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and its physicians’ network.

CT sets response to possible Ebola outbreak

Connecticut on Wednesday declared a public health emergency, with the governor clearing state health authorities to quarantine individuals or groups who may be suspected of exposure or infection from...

Two, large Greater Hartford doc groups to merge

Two similarly sized physician groups comprising more than 250 doctors said Monday that they intend to merge.

CT's Medicare Advantage market sees new competition

Greg Bordonaro |

Doctors like Robert Russo were shocked and dismayed last fall when they heard UnitedHealthcare planned to cut 19 percent of its Medicare Advantage physician network in Connecticut.

One CT nursing home’s path out of Medicaid morass

Gregory Seay |

Paul T. Liistro, second-generation operator of a pair of Hartford area nursing homes, is backed into a corner.

A.M. Best affirms Phoenix's low ratings

A.M. Best has affirmed its mediocre credit and debt ratings for The Phoenix Cos.' insurance units, saying they will stay that way until the Hartford insurer catches up on regulatory filings and fixes...

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