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Gallagher

As part of its employee-benefits package, Gallagher has partnered with Viverae, a Texas-based workplace wellness company to establish the “Gallagher Thrive” wellness program.

Meet CT's healthiest workplaces

Check out our special section showcasing the state's Healthiest Employers and lists from our Health Care Resource Guide.

Behavioral health pharmacy debuts Monday in Hartford

Joe Cooper |

A new behavioral health pharmacy will debut next week on Wadsworth Street in Hartford.

Can efficiency save state government $1 billion per year?

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

Could state officials cut nearly $1 billion from the annual budget — without harming the grants and services most people care about?

Hartford's insurtech accelerator names 2019 cohort

Matt Pilon |

The Hartford InsurTech Hub Wednesday evening announced 10 companies hailing from the United States and six other countries that will participate in its annual accelerator program in Hartford next...

CT Children's surgery chief awarded $1M for biotech research

Joe Cooper |

The surgeon-in-chief of Connecticut Children's Medical Center has been awarded a $1 million grant to further her research with a Massachusetts-based biotech company.

Survey: HR pros not equipped to address opioids in the workplace

Joe Cooper |

A new survey says only a small percentage of U.S. human resource professionals feel confident about addressing employees who are suffering from an opioid addiction, despite the majority being faced...

UConn Health to give up facility fees for skin cancer treatment

Matt Pilon |

UConn Health's John Dempsey Hospital intends to voluntarily give up more than $1 million in revenue from sometimes controversial “facility fees” billed to patients.

CVS completes historic $69B Aetna acquisition

Joe Cooper |

Aetna, Hartford's 165-year-old health insurer, is no longer an independent company.

As aging population boosts demand for orthopedic care, hospitals, others bet big on new outpatient facilities

Sean Teehan |

As Connecticut's aging population boosts demand for orthopedic care, providers are betting big on new outpatient facilities.

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