A bill would outlaw certain clauses in contracts between health care providers and insurers that analysts say drive up prices and premiums.
The administration of Gov. Ned Lamont is stepping away from daily updates on COVID-19, a new phase as the pandemic begins a third year.
The state is helping to find homes for 94 residents of Quinnipiac Valley Center after two deaths and multiple life-threatening violations.
Even as the war in Ukraine has prompted an exodus of international companies from Russia, U.S. and global drug companies said they would stay.
Proponents of a bill that would require CT nursing homes to use 90% of Medicaid funding on direct care vowed to revive the measure next year.
A bill seeks to expand medical insurance coverage to all children under the age of 19, regardless of immigration status.
Requests for free breast binders by transgender youths in 2022 have outnumbered supplies at Health Care Advocates International (HCAI) in Stratford, which serves LGBTQ and HIV communities. HCAI received 126 binder requests in the first three weeks of January alone, crushing last year’s numbers and temporarily wiping out inventory. The group sent out 190 binders in all […]
Health care advocates say the measures will harm access to necessary treatment, particularly for people with disabilities.
Connecticut’s opposition to a $4.5 billion deal offered by the Sacklers over the opioid epidemic paid off with a settlement worth $6 billion.
The House voted to confirm Manisha Juthani as CT commissioner of the state Department of Public Health, over objections of House Republicans.
An international group of neurologists has deciphered the mystery of why people get migraines and, in doing so, has determined how to greatly reduce their frequency and severity.
Hartford HealthCare argues that Saint Francis has chosen not to engage in fair competition, despite being the much larger hospital chain.
Many stressed the importance of easing suffering, while disability rights advocates said a law could be changed in the future.
Advocates say the research is clear: A hospital merger in which patients benefit the most is the exception, not the rule.
In Connecticut, as elsewhere across the country, the pandemic has exacerbated just how thin school-based social workers are stretched.