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Report: Generic drugs saved CT $2.9B in 2016

John Stearns |

Savings from generic prescription drugs totaled $2.9 billion for Connecticut last year, according to a new report compiled by third-party researchers on behalf of the Association for Accessible...

Consumer advocacy group skipping today's insurance rate hearings

John Stearns |

Universal Health Care Foundation of Connecticut, a consumer advocacy voice in the state, said Tuesday that it would not participate in the today's health insurance rate hearings at the Connecticut...

Falvey helps PhysicianOne expand urgent care footprint

Noelle Talmon Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Since Paul Falvey took over as CFO of PhysicianOne Urgent Care in 2015, the quick-service healthcare provider has doubled its number of locations in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York from nine...

Aetna Foundation, news outlet to evaluate community health efforts

Patricia Daddona |

The Aetna Foundation, the Hartford-based health insurers' charitable arm, and U.S. News & World Report are teaming up to assess which American communities are doing the most to improve their...

Hartford proposal selected for 'Innovation Places' funding

Matt Pilon |

A partnership between Hartford and East Hartford is one of four winning contestants that will share in a $30 million money pool from the state's newly created “Innovation Places” program.

Study: CT consumers not as satisfied with their health plans

John Stearns |

Consumers in a Northeast region that includes Connecticut were among the least satisfied with their health plans, according to the J.D. Power 2017 Member Health Plan Survey released today.

With Obamacare at risk in CT, 73K could lose subsidies

ANA RADELAT | CT MIRROR |

Connecticut is among several states in danger of losing all the insurers who participate in their Affordable Care Act exchanges – a move that would leave tens of thousands of state residents...

Love of sports drives Bessette's corporate, civic success

Noelle Talmon Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Andy Bessette's love of athletics has ultimately led to his nearly four-decade career at The Travelers Cos. and the insurer's title sponsorship of the professional golf tournament, the Travelers...

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.

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