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CT woman nets 2 yrs. for $1.7M theft

Gregory Seay |

A Wethersfield woman who stole $1.7 million from a Connecticut computer software firm where she was payroll manager will spend two years in federal prison, authorities say.

Hartford HealthCare taps real-time clinical decision support, analytics service

John Stearns |

Stanson Health, a clinical decision support (CDS) and analytics company based in Los Angeles, announced Hartford HealthCare (HHC) will implement one of its systems to help doctors improve care...

Report: Generic drugs saved CT $2.9B in 2016

John Stearns |

Savings from generic prescription drugs totaled $2.9 billion for Connecticut last year, according to a new report compiled by third-party researchers on behalf of the Association for Accessible...

After long wait, New Haven's Melinta heads to market

John Stearns |

New Haven-based Melinta Therapeutics is headed to market with its first drug, following a key approval this week from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

UTC, Northrop Grumman to collaborate on tech

Patricia Daddona |

UTC Aerospace Systems, a unit of Farmington-based United Technologies Corp., will join with Northrop Grumman Corp. in coordinating technology development for shared customers.

WCHN begins probing link between new-onset diabetes and pancreatic cancer

John Stearns |

Western Connecticut Health Network (WCHN) has announced the launch of a $2.7 million, three-year research study to investigate the link between new-onset diabetes and pancreatic cancer -- with the...

WannaCry cyber attack highlights need for proactive data security

Matt Kozloski |

The recent WannaCry cyber attack affected targets all over the world including major companies such as FedEx. The computer virus most notably temporarily shut down portions of Britain's healthcare...

Keno puts up $70M in first year

Matt Pilon | 1

When West Haven bar owner Sue Kelly decided to start selling Keno last April she had reservations.

CT-based Lyme group adds to advisory board, seeks applications for research grants

John Stearns |

Global Lyme Alliance, a Greenwich-based nonprofit dedicated to conquering Lyme and tick-borne disease through research, education and awareness, announced the appointment of two new members to its...

CT to get up to speed on driverless-vehicle testing

Patricia Daddona | 1

Connecticut lawmakers have passed a bill that would allow testing of driverless vehicles in up to four municipalities, a step already in the works in other states.

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