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Lawmakers set aside partisanship to back bioscience industry

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

While partisan politics has bogged down many state legislative debates, Democratic and Republican leaders announced Tuesday they can agree on how to better support and plan the growth of...

Alexion appoints biopharma veteran Hantson CEO

Patricia Daddona |

New Haven-based Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. on Monday appointed a bioscience industry veteran, who was most recently president and CEO of blood-disorder drugmaker Baxalta, as its new chief executive...

HBJ launches healthcare magazine

Check out the first issue of the Hartford Business Journal's new healthcare magazine.

Manufacturing not the only CT sector lacking workers

Labor shortages in Connecticut's manufacturing sector have been well publicized in recent years.

Cancer clinical trials could lead to better outcomes

By Matt Pilon |

There aren't many experiences more terrifying than receiving a cancer diagnosis.

Fitness programs for older adults growing in CT

By Karen Ali |

The past several decades have brought a sea change in the way doctors think about exercise for aging adults.

Executive Profile: SCIO Health Analytics nurtures data to life

By John Stearns |

No matter what happens with the Affordable Care Act, SCIO Health Analytics' mission will remain relevant because of the industry's shift toward value-based care, the head of the West Hartford-based...

CT hospitals investing big in new 'patient-centered' facilities

By Natalie Missakian |

Before building Stamford Hospital's new $450 million complex, top hospital executives sought the advice of former patients. They wanted to know what would give patients a better hospital experience.

Q&A: Health advocate takes over in uncertain times

Q&A talks with Ted Doolittle, Connecticut's healthcare advocate.

Skilled-nursing homes leverage technology to improve care

By Paul T. Liistro |

Mention the terms electronic records, monitoring, compliance or some special gadget, and most long-term care providers seem to start twitching and get nervous at the mention of technology.

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