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CT tells relocating Alexion to give back $26M in incentives

Patricia Daddona |

In the wake of Alexion Pharmaceutical's announcement that it will move its New Haven headquarters to Boston, state officials said Tuesday they want back more than $26 million in incentives Alexion...

Data analytics, medical devices offer opioid alternatives

Gregory Seay |

Like baseball, basketball and other arenas where data is invaluable, analytics has come to pain management.

Employee assistance programs offer a bridge to addiction recovery

Gregory Seay |

For most of his 46 years, Dino has worked lifting heavy loads at Connecticut construction sites, as a crane operator.

CT Children's looks ahead after rejecting Yale merger

Matt Pilon |

Despite financial pressures from a consolidating healthcare market and uncertain government funding, Connecticut Children's Medical Center is determined to remain independent, its leader says.

Malloy would accept sales, hospital tax hikes to restore town aid


Gov. Dannel P. Malloy proposed a major increase in state taxes on hospitals along with a modest sales tax hike to 6.5 percent to help fund his compromise budget proposal.

Hartford addiction center to pay $627K to settle false-claims allegations

Patricia Daddona |

A Hartford addiction treatment nonprofit will pay $627,000 to resolve allegations that it violated state and federal law by falsely certifying that its medical director complied with the law in...

Hartford HealthCare Headache Center opens in Waterford

John Stearns |

Hartford HealthCare was scheduled to open a new Headache Center in Waterford today.

Gaylord Hospital opens unit for complex stroke patients

John Stearns |

Gaylord Hospital, a 137-bed specialty hospital in Wallingford, last week announced the opening of a new unit in its facility to treat the most complex and medically fragile stroke victims.

Iora Health opens first CT primary care office in Hartford

John Stearns |

Boston-based Iora Health last week opened its first practice in Connecticut in the Avery Heights senior living community in Hartford.

More CT employees in high-deductible plans and paying more for them

John Stearns |

More Connecticut employees were enrolled in high-deductible health health plans through an employer last year, 59.3 percent, versus 50.5 percent in 2015, according to a new analysis of the Medical...

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