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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


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


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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