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HealthyCT members electing fellow members to board of directors as balloting opens

Voting opened this week for HealthyCT’s approximately 35,000 members to elect three fellow members to the board of directors.

One third of CT adults barely getting by

Three-fourth of Connecticut adults feel they are happy. Yet that contrasts with a third feeling they are barely getting by or worse economically.

Hartford Hospital earns NE’s first dual coronary angioplasty accreditation

Hartford Hospital’s Chest Pain Center became the first hospital in New England and the fourth in the country to receive dual accreditation from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care in...

Record 2015 healthcare M&A activity reaches $549B

The healthcare merger and acquisition market has set a new record in 2015, with more than a month left in the year, according to Norwalk-based Irving Levin Associates Inc., which publishes Health...

Time for public-private partnerships to drive CT’s economic growth, development

Oz Griebel | 1

Vibrant metro areas like Atlanta and Oklahoma City sustain their enviable economic success on public-private partnerships.

Manage your brand channel or the channel will manage it for you

Bill Field |

It's still astonishing that many brands are overlooking their channel-branding efforts.

Hartford leaders urge CT to privatize its city realty

Gregory Seay | 3

Hartford leaders are urging the state to bundle and sell to private investors — and lease back from them — its city office and other buildings.

DPH commissioner to take federal post

Dr. Jewell Mullen, who a freshly elected Gov. Dannel P. Malloy appointed in late 2010 as Department of Public Health Commissioner, is leaving for a federal job, the agency announced Friday.

Blumenthal calls for saline-shortage investigation

A severe shortage in saline solution has prompted U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal to join with Hartford Hospital medical professionals to call for a federal investigation.

Janitorial contract negotiations commence


With a Dec. 31 deadline approaching, contract talks opened today for hundreds of commercial building cleaners in one of the largest private-sector labor agreements in Hartford.

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