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Haven, the audacious health venture founded by three of America’s most storied companies, was once a magnet for top-flight talent. But a string of high-profile departures has left the company’s C-suite all but empty.

As a result, the company that set out to reimagine health care more than two years ago has made virtually no progress in reaching that goal and, by all accounts, may never.


The departure on Tuesday of Haven’s chief technology officer, Serkan Kutan, follows a parade of executives and managers who have abandoned the company over the past year, including the heads of product management, recruiting, provider analytics, and product design.

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