Hartford names chief medical officerReprints
The Hartford said Monday that it has named Hartford, Connecticut-based Dr. Adam Seidner chief medical officer.
Dr. Seidner will be responsible for leading The Hartford’s medical strategy and policy with a focus on workers compensation and disability management, The Hartford said in a statement.
Dr. Seidner succeeds Dr. Marcos Iglesias, who left the company earlier this year, a spokeswoman for The Hartford said in an emailed statement. Previously, Dr. Seidner served as global medical director for Travelers Insurance.
“I am excited to join The Hartford, a company with a reputation for always putting the customer first and a constant drive to improve the claims experience. I look forward to working with the claims, workers’ comp and group benefits teams to find unique and innovative new ways to expand and complement existing medical and leave management strategies,” Dr. Seidner said in the statement.