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May 5, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Cigna HealthCare Names New President: Cigna HealthCare of California, the state's fourth-largest health maintenance organization, with more than 650,000 members, named Mark Wagar, 42, president and market manager. Wagar had been vice president in charge of the company's medical group HMO. The Glendale-based HMO, a unit of Bloomfield, Conn.-based Cigna HealthCare Inc., said Wagar will be responsible for all medical, sales and marketing activities.
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May 5, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Cigna HealthCare Names New President: Cigna HealthCare of California, the state's fourth-largest health maintenance organization, with more than 650,000 members, named Mark Wagar, 42, president and market manager. Wagar had been vice president in charge of the company's medical group HMO. The Glendale-based HMO, a unit of Bloomfield, Conn.-based Cigna HealthCare Inc., said Wagar will be responsible for all medical, sales and marketing activities.
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July 4, 1997 | (David R. Olmos)
MedPartners Inc., a Birmingham, Ala.-based health-care company, has named Mark L. Wagar president and chief operating officer. For the last year, Wagar has been president of Western operations for the firm, based in Long Beach. Wagar has been with the company since 1995, through the merger of Mullikin Medical Centers and MedPartners. Before joining Mullikin, Wagar was president of Cigna Health Care of California. MedPartners said Larry R.
BUSINESS
December 27, 1996
Dr. Albert E. Barnett, who was fired as chief executive of Friendly Hills Medical Group last month, has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the health-care company's new owner. The complaint, filed in Orange County Superior Court, followed a lawsuit brought by Long Beach-based MedPartners Inc. last month accusing Barnett and two other former Friendly Hills executives of breach of contract and business fraud.
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December 13, 1994 | DAVID R. OLMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
PacifiCare Health Systems on Monday announced the unexpected retirement of one of its co-founders and top executives, and the return of a key executive who two months ago defected to a big Midwest health care company. In an unrelated management change at another Southern California health maintenance organization, Glendale-based Cigna HealthCare of California said President Mark Wagar resigned just seven months after he was named to that post.
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February 21, 2010 | By Noam N. Levey
Spurred by heart-wrenching stories of sick people denied health coverage, the state of New York did what many of President Obama's critics say he should do now -- it passed a relatively simple law requiring insurers to accept all applicants. Other states have taken similar steps, making narrowly targeted changes instead of trying to overhaul their whole healthcare systems. But two decades later, New York's experience offers a cautionary tale: Making isolated changes to the complex medical insurance system can have unwelcome consequences.
BUSINESS
January 30, 1997 | BARBARA MARSH and MELINDA FULMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
PacifiCare Health Systems' proposal to acquire its largest managed-care competitor in Orange County struck a raw nerve Wednesday as opponents stepped forward to urge state regulators to block the deal. About 100 consumer advocates, medical professionals and patients flocked to Irvine City Hall for the first day of unprecedented state hearings into Cypress-based PacifiCare's proposed $2.1-billion buyout of Santa Ana-based FHP International Corp.
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October 31, 1997 | DAVID R. OLMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
MedPartners Inc. said Thursday that it will eliminate 720 jobs, including 120 doctors' positions, and close some clinics and other facilities in Southern California. The Birmingham, Ala.-based firm, which manages physician practices nationwide, said the moves are needed after several recent acquisitions. It said the consolidation move is unrelated to its announcement Wednesday that it had agreed to be acquired by rival PhyCor Inc. for $8 billion in stock and assumed debt.
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