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CT marijuana-patient rolls higher in '18

Matt Pilon |

The number of registered medical-marijuana patients in Connecticut continues to grow this year, according to the program’s overseer, the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP).

Hartford HealthCare grows Southington presence

Matt Pilon |

Hartford HealthCare said it’s opened a $5.9 million health center in Southington.

Prudential lands $3.6B in deals

Matt Pilon |

Prudential Retirement, a Hartford-based unit of insurance giant Prudential Financial, announced Wednesday that it has inked nearly $3.6 billion in retirement assets and reinsurance contracts.

Hartford Steam Boiler-linked startup raises $13M

Matt Pilon |

A California insurance startup whose policies are backed by Hartford Steam Boiler and Insurance Co. (HSB) said it's raised $13 million.

Drug-price transparency bill passes legislature with no dissent


A bill designed to help Connecticut officials peer into the black box of drug pricing won final approval from a unanimous state Senate early Wednesday. Proponents of the measure called it a necessary...

Report: CT health system ranks high

John Stearns |

Connecticut ranks ninth among states in a new study evaluating access to care, quality of care, health outcomes and health disparities.

Trinity Health opens $3M center for MS care, research at St. Mary's Hospital

John Stearns |

Trinity Health of New England said it's opened a $3 million center for multiple sclerosis treatment and research at St. Mary's Hospital in Waterbury to serve the nearly 1,000 MS patients in that...

Danbury behavioral health clinic owners agree to sell for $4M

John Stearns |

The owners of Blue Sky Behavioral Health Clinic in Danbury want to retire and are seeking approval to sell their stakes in the clinic for $4 million, according to Office of Health Care Access filings.

Hebrew Senior Care taps former Trinity exec as new CEO

John Stearns |

Hebrew Senior Care in West Hartford has named Denise Peterson, who hails most recently from Trinity Health of New England, as its new president and CEO.

Probation for Windsor woman's Medicaid fraud

Gregory Seay |

A Windsor woman who conspired to defraud Connecticut’s Medicaid program must serve five years of probation, prosecutors say.

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