Connecticut Comptroller Kevin Lembo is urging Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Hartford HealthCare to reach a deal to keep thousands of residents from paying much higher costs for health care.
Connecticut patients who receive medical care through Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield could face higher costs after the insurance provider and Hartford HealthCare failed to agree on a new three-year contract.
A Stamford dentist was recently sentenced to one year in prison for defrauding insurance companies.
The city of Hartford recently discussed the state of the city with bondholders during a scheduled call yesterday, which was intended to initiate a constructive dialogue for restructuring alternatives.
A real estate firm recently scooped up two medical office buildings in New Britain.
A Connecticut woman has been sentenced to 16 months in prison for her role in an identity theft scheme that netted her and an accomplice about $150,000 from 30 victims.
Perhaps nothing is more uncertain right now in the United States than the future of health care. One cannot open a newspaper or visit an online news outlet without reading a headline about the national health care debate.
Preliminary loss estimates for Hurricane Irma is estimated to be between $42.5 billion and $65 billion (excluding uninsured commercial losses), according to a report released today from CoreLogic, a global property information company.
Business owners who are trying to get back on track after hurricanes Harvey and Irma now face a different sort of challenge: trying to recoup lost income from their insurers.
The Connecticut Insurance Department has released its actuarially justified rate determinations on health insurance companies’ rate requests for the 2018 coverage year.
Insurance adjusters are bringing more drones with them than ever before as they head to Texas to assess the damage from Harvey.
Colonial Properties brokered the sale of commercial property in West Haven and completed a seven-year lease in Milford.
An independently owned primary care practice has renewed its 10,000-square-foot lease in Stamford.
A Haiti citizen last residing in New London was sentenced to prison this week for his involvement in an insurance fraud scheme.
A Pennsylvania man is suing health insurer Aetna, saying his sister learned he was taking HIV medication after the company mailed him an envelope with a large, clear window that showed information on where to purchase the drugs.
Connecticut Insurance Commissioner Katharine L. Wade is advising consumers to be wary of a phone caller who identified herself as an insurance department employee and is asking people for their insurance information.
The Connecticut Insurance Department recovered $4 million for Connecticut consumers and taxpayers in the first half of 2017.
Connecticut has joined with 31 other states and Washington D.C. in a $5.5 million settlement with Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. and its subsidiary, Allied Property & Casualty Insurance Co., that resolves the states’ investigation into a 2012 data breach that exposed sensitive personal information of 1.2 million consumers across the country.
A West Haven woman was sentenced yesterday to 48 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for operating a fraud and identity theft scheme.
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