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Yale New Haven Health, Day Kimball systems align

Matt Pilon |

Putnam's Day Kimball Healthcare and Yale New Haven Health have forged a new clinical partnership, the health systems announced Friday.

Hospital for Special Care, Lions Club partner on vision center

John Stearns |

Hospital for Special Care (HSC) in New Britain and the Lions Club are partnering to open the Lions Low Vision Center at the hospital, a specially-modified environment offering comprehensive...

Community Health Center Association of CT selects eConsult provider

John Stearns |

The Community Health Center Association of Connecticut has selected AristaMD of La Jolla, Calif., to provide eConsults with specialists for patients of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)...

‘Science Cafes’ spark collaborative research

John Stearns |

The ovarian cancer treatment research Dr. Pramod Srivastava is doing at UConn Health represents the kind of collaboration and convergence of scientists that the Connecticut Institute for Clinical and...

UConn doc's vaccine aims to fight ovarian cancer

John Stearns |

UConn Health's Dr. Pramod Srivastava has opened a clinical trial for a personalized vaccine against ovarian cancer that he hopes proves its safety and effectiveness, sets the stage for commercial...

Niche 'health-tech' sector seeks to become CT hub

Patricia Daddona |

When Farmington-based Diameter Health's software was combing through a health system's electronic medical records recently, it found that the hospital incorrectly labeled penicillin as pain medicine.

Connecticut House votes to bar gay 'conversion therapy'


The House of Representatives voted 141 to 8 Tuesday to pass and send to the Senate a bill that would make Connecticut one of a half-dozen states barring conversion therapy, the discredited practice...

W. CT Health Network Lyme disease biobank expands testing and research

John Stearns |

The Western Connecticut Health Network (WCHN) Lyme disease biobank, formerly known as the Lyme disease registry, is expanding its research scope by adding urine samples from patients with the...

Report: Some private wells in CT test high for arsenic, uranium

John Stearns |

A report published today by the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH), reveals that water from some private wells across the state has...

Hospital for Special Care gets $250K grant for COPD program

John Stearns |

The Gawlicki Family Foundation of Hartford is awarding Hospital for Special Care (HSC) a $250,000 grant to expand its Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) program, the New Britain hospital...

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