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Prometheus Research scores NIH grant for new data capture program

Prometheus Research of New Haven has been awarded National Institutes of Health grant to transform the way electronic data capture forms are configured, integrated, and shared for biomedical and...

Malloy, Fasano continue to spar over hospital Medicaid cuts

Claims by Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano (R-North Haven) that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has made “incorrect and illogical statements” regarding hospitals, the economy and need for budget...

BDL Trans-Atlantic service depends on passenger behavior

The success of Trans-Atlantic travel comes down to passenger behavior, which will be key to attracting airlines like Norwegian Air. It has been reported the discount airline is interested in using...

Purification Technologies acquired by Pennsylvania company

Purification Technologies of Chester has been acquired by VWR. Financial details were not announced

Greater Hartford apartment occupancy among highest in nation

The Greater Hartford market is among the top 25 in apartment occupancy a new study shows. It is tied for 12th with a 95.9 occupancy rate. It’s a slight decrease from the second quarter.

Transportation bond sale sets record levels

The sale of transportation bonds drew historic levels of demand from investors, according to the state treasurer's office. It also included a record level of retail orders.

State workers cost 25 percent more than private sector equals

While state employees earnings are on par with the private sector, their benefits far outpace their public counterparts. The discrepancy could be almost half as high.

Lembo calls for federal action on drug pricing

State Comptroller Kevin Lembo, who oversees healthcare purchasing for 200,000 state employees and retirees, wants the federal government to investigate and address the causes of rising drug prices.

St. Francis’ School of Invasive Cardiovascular Technology graduates its first class

The School of Invasive Cardiovascular Technology at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center recently graduated its first class of seven invasive cardiovascular specialists.

Auditors recommend Access Health CT adopt better data security system

State auditors have recommended the Connecticut Health Insurance Exchange develop a system to ensure customers’ personally identifiable information is secure. The recommendation followed a June...

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