John Stearns

Staff Writer

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Maier ending well-composed ad career

Bill Maier is still getting used to letting go of the Farmington advertising agency that bears his name — after all, it was his life for 46...

Downtown Hartford restaurateurs invest in renovations, eateries to compete

Max Restaurant Group shuttered its flagship property, Max Downtown, this summer for a $1.5 million facelift aimed at modernizing Max's look,...

Insurers, doctors work to curb opioid prescriptions

Health insurers are wielding their significant influence and claims data to address the nation's opioid crisis and are making headway in a key...

Former St. Francis exec named president of Springfield hospital

Mark Fulco, a former vice president of strategic marketing and business development for St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, has been...

UConn spin-off gets stem cell patent for autoimmune diseases

ImStem Biotechnology Inc. and the University of Connecticut today announced that a joint patent was recently issued for human embryonic stem cell...

Report: CT Certificate-of-Need laws hurt healthcare cost, quality

Total healthcare spending in Connecticut could drop an estimated $283 per person without its Certificate-of-Need (CON) laws based on costs in other...

National opioid treatment company eyes Hartford acquisition

Community Substance Abuse Centers Inc., (CSAC) which does business as Health Care Resource Centers and includes a Hartford opioid treatment facility,...

Anthem, ConnectiCare commit to CT's exchange

Anthem and ConnectiCare Benefits Inc. have committed to participate in Connecticut's health insurance exchange, Access Health CT, for 2018, Gov.

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