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CHC debuts individual consulting program in Meriden

Joe Cooper |

Middletown-based Community Health Center Inc. (CHC) on Tuesday launched a pilot program in Meriden that provides consulting services for patients dealing with issues that could impact their health.

CVS Health commits $100M to community health, wellness programs

Joe Cooper |

CVS Health, which recently acquired Hartford health insurer Aetna for $69 billion, has committed $100 million toward community health and wellness programs.

Hartford HealthCare to implement $15 minimum wage

Joe Cooper |

After months of consideration, Hartford HealthCare (HHC), Connecticut’s second largest health system, announced plans Monday to raise its minimum hourly wage to $15 in March.

Judge says partial gov. shutdown will not delay CVS-Aetna review

Joe Cooper |

Despite warnings from the Justice Department, a federal judge says the partial government shutdown will not delay his review of CVS Health’s $69 billion acquisition of Hartford health insurer...

As legal marijuana industry grows, access to financial services still problematic

Gregory Seay |

As the legal marijuana industry grows, cannabis dispensaries and producers still find access to financial services problematic.

Lamont plants clues to his first budget in opening address

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT Mirror |

Gov. Ned Lamont’s first budget proposal isn’t due to lawmakers until mid-February. But that didn’t stop the new governor from dropping a few hints about his fiscal plans Wednesday...

Middletown’s ChangeInc acquires Hartford adult care home

Joe Cooper |

A Middletown provider of non-medical home and behavioral health services says it's acquired a residential care home in Hartford.

Access Health sees decline in black and Hispanic customer base

CLARICE SILBER | CT MIRROR |

With just one week left in open enrollment, Access Health CT has seen overall high levels of customer engagement and turnout, but a decline in its black and Hispanic base, a health insurance exchange...

CT can be U.S. leader in curbing healthcare costs

Eric Galvin and Jess Kupec |

Health care is expensive in the Nutmeg State. The reasons are plentiful, but a more informed and better coordinated utilization of our current system could help lower healthcare costs and improve...

UConn Health tests its own biotech breakthroughs

Matt Pilon |

UConn Health is one of the country's smallest academic medical centers, with just 30 beds for cancer patients.

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