Dr. David Torchiana, chairman and chairman of the Boston Health Partners, will retire at the end of April, the health care agency announced on Tuesday.

Torchiana, who has been the head of the board of health since March 2015, was former President of the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization. He told the agency on Monday that he was planning to withdraw, said Scott Sperling, the club's head coach. This is a Torchian affair watching for some time.

"I'm glad I worked in MGH and Partners for my whole career, and I was given the opportunity to lead us at the end of our career," Torchiana said in a statement. "I hope to retire and have full confidence in the future of our organization, which is full of insight and dedication to focus on our vital work to improve our health and care for patients who depend on us."

Recent partners have made two suggestions. He introduced a joint discussion with the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, the second largest state state in November this year after the people heard that the treaty had been complicated. The partners lost their money,

a]in 108 million US dollars in 2016, which was the largest in the purchase of the Health Care Scheme, although it was released in 2017.

The health center is seeking access to the Rhode Island market, and Lifespan joins the first year in a deal with Care New England. As Lifespan is in talks, his colleagues continue to take care of the New England.

Traders have been criticized for the price it has from the highest medical and educational sources. The Israeli Center of Health and Israel's Health Center stated that an important driver after the meeting at the end of the year was to protect the Consulate.

Partners received a $ 309.9 million budget on $ 13.31 billion in 2018, from $ 52.6 million in the budget of 13.37 billion dollars in revenue in 2017, health insurance health .

Of Partners & approximately $ 517 million year of 2018 trade, $ 157 million bill and the impact of Mass Eye & Earlier join partners in April 1. This purchase was intended to increase Massachusetts's health delivery up to $ 61 million annually, according to the Massachusetts Massachusetts Medical Board.