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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.

Pérez preaches advocacy, education, service in championing mental health support

John Stearns |

Luis Pérez landed in just the right spot when he became president and CEO of Mental Health Connecticut in 2013.

Cigna study finds high level of loneliness in Hartford, U.S.

John Stearns |

Most Hartford area adults are considered lonely, mirroring the broader U.S. population, according to results of a national loneliness survey released by Bloomfield-based health insurer Cigna.

Updated: Lawmakers back off online 'vape' sale prohibition

Matt Pilon |

House lawmakers don't intend to ban online sales of e-cigarettes after all.

CVS: Aetna deal on pace

Matt Pilon |

CVS said Wednesday that its proposed $69 billion acquisition of Hartford-based health insurer Aetna is on pace to close in the second half of this year.

CHC's Weitzman Institute makes Colorado moves

John Stearns |

Middletown-based Community Health Center said it's opened a Denver, Colo., office for its Weitzman Institute, which is CHC's first physical location outside Connecticut.

W. Htfd's SCIO Health Analytics acquired in $240M deal

Joe Cooper |

West Hartford-based SCIO Health Analytics said it has agreed to be acquired by a New York-based operations management and analytics company, in a deal worth $240 million.

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