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Hartford docs helping study pros, cons of heart valve replacement breakthrough

Matt Pilon |

The options for treating heart ailments that arise in old age have taken a big leap forward in recent years.

UConn Health zooms in on overdose tracking

Matt Pilon |

UConn Health says a new pilot program that will track Hartford County drug overdoses in real time will help healthcare providers better combat the deadly opioid crisis.

Farmington's Diameter Health sees Indiana work expand

Joe Cooper |

Farmington health tech company Diameter Health says an Indiana-based health information network will use its data collection platform to improve clinical research and health reporting.

Report: Physician group, senior housing 2Q M&A up sharply

Joe Cooper |

Acquisitions of physician groups and senior housing acquisitions nationwide were both up sharply in the second quarter, according to a new report from a Norwalk industry tracker.

Report: ‘Sin’ taxes pose fiscal — not health — risks for states


Connecticut and most other states need to be cautious about their rapidly increasing reliance on cigarette and other volatile “sin” taxes, according to a new report from Pew Charitable...

Survey: CT voters prioritize jobs, health care, taxes

Joe Cooper |

Jobs, health care and taxes are the most important issues this year for Connecticut voters when electing candidates for governor, the state legislature and U.S. Congress, according to a new survey.

Homecare provider to open Hartford office

Joe Cooper |

An Ohio-based in-home care provider says it will open a new location in the Hartford area next year.

LindaCare taps Lerman to lead clinical operations

Joe Cooper |

A cardiac electrophysiologist has joined a digital health company in downtown Hartford as its chief medical officer and vice president of clinical operations.

Quinnipiac, Oxford begin clinical neurology exchange program

Joe Cooper |

The School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University on Wednesday launched a clinical neurology partnership with England's prestigious University of Oxford.

More ER docs turning to non-opioids to fight overdose epidemic


Emergency department physicians across the state are using more non-opioid treatments for conditions that historically have required powerful opioids for pain management, as they try to play a lead...

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