The state Medical Examining Board ranked 37th in the nation in the annual rate of serious disciplinary actions against doctors.
With the pandemic still lingering, Access Health CT is trying to reach the state’s uninsured population.
The federal government’s effort to penalize hospitals for excessive patient readmissions is ending its first decade.
Another 25 workers are on unpaid leave.
Connecticut’s Department of Public Health has reached out to 1,100 providers across the state.
Insurers are betting some patients liked telemedicine enough to embrace new types of health coverage encouraging or requiring video visits.
The first report of Eastern equine encephalitis occurred Sept. 23 in mosquitoes trapped in Voluntown, in southeastern Connecticut
Nearly 75% of the 600+ long-term care facilities reported that 95% of their staff are immunized against COVID,
Connecticut’s new public health commissioner supports a vaccine mandate for children once it receives full FDA approval. She’s not alone.
Gov. Ned Lamont said two years ago Connecticut needs to do more to fight tobacco addiction. Anti-smoking forces haven’t forgotten.
While the overall vaccination rate among residents remains high, rapid turnover has some facilities reporting rates as low as 66%.
The state’s largest health care workers’ union launched a strike Tuesday against a major chain serving the developmentally disabled.
The report underscores how a stubborn staffing shortage at the state’s sole maximum security psychiatric hospital can erode patient safety.
The high incidence of cases and low vaccination rates don’t fully capture why mortality rates are higher in rural areas.
Hospital executives have had to grapple with whether people claiming religious exemptions have sincere religious beliefs or vaccine hesitancy.