In the December 10, 2018 edition

As toll debate rages on, DOT wants $12.1B over next five years to invest in CT's infrastructure

As the toll debate rages on, state transportation planners want to ramp-up investment -- to the tune of $12.1 billion -- over the...

Optimism helps fill more downtown Hartford office space, but economy, other factors still leave vacancies

Optimism is helping fill more downtown Hartford office space, but the economy and other factors are still leaving sizable...

HBJ's Healthcare Heroes awards: A focus on patient care

Meet the 2018 honorees of Hartford Business Journal's annual Healthcare Heroes awards.

Big insurers see opportunities, risks with AI, related tech

Connecticut's insurance industry sees major opportunities and risks with artificial intelligence and other developing...

Haddad extends training, clinical care for at-risk patients

Among his many roles, Community Health Center's Dr. Marwan Haddad can be found on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., lobbying for...

HSC's Alderman helps lung-disease patients breathe easier

Stephanie Alderman teaches patients with serious lung ailments not only how to cope, but also how to be their own cheerleaders on...

Hartford Hospital's Veronneau helps patients, families in crisis

Patricia Veronneau has helped boost Hartford Hospital's patient-satisfaction scores by improving communication between doctors...

Dr. Anwar focuses on building a healthy community

Dr. Saud Anwar is a mayor and physician who spends some of his free time providing free health care to people in impoverished...

Kyriacou a beacon for Gaylord, long-term care hospital industry

George Kyriacou will retire as president and CEO of Gaylord Specialty Healthcare Dec. 31, having made a profound mark not only on...

CT Children's integrates behavioral health care throughout system

Behavioral health doctors and staff at Connecticut Children's Medical Center are being integrated into regular patient care to...

Wolf's care extends beyond the walls of St. Francis' emergency department

Dr. Wolf has helped oversee a Suboxone program at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, which is a medication-assisted...

The Open Hearth hosts annual Starry Night Gala

The Open Hearth recently held its Starry Night Gala at The Hartford Club. The event drew over 125 attendees and raised funds to...

Four CT companies inducted into American Manufacturing Hall of Fame

Four Connecticut companies were recently inducted into the American Manufacturing Hall of Fame in a ceremony attended by close to...

Pratt & Whitney participates in Habitat for Humanity

Twenty-four Pratt & Whitney employees volunteered with Habitat for Humanity to help build a home in South...