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New initiatives to encourage CT manufacturers to produce medical equipment announced

The Manufacturing Innovation Fund board has retooled its Manufacturing Voucher Program in order to provide grants of up to $75,000 to companies that adjust production to make in-demand medical equipment.

COVID-19 LATEST: Lamont says to stay the course on social distancing;...

"We're fighting a war against this virus -- a war that never is won," Gov. Ned Lamont said this morning. Acknowledging that there's a growing outcry "to get back to our everyday lives," he said: "Now is not the time to relax the social distancing."

CT hospitals losing up to $400 million a month during COVID-19...

The state's hospitals have spent between $75 million and $100 million to date for supplies, equipment, training and increasing patient capacity, the Connecticut Hospital Association said.

COVID-19 UPDATE: Banks join to offer customers relief; PPE cupboard ’empty’;...

Gov. Ned Lamont announced an agreement with some 65 credit unions and banks in Connecticut to offer mortgage relief to the state’s residents and businesses who continue to face hardship caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 UPDATE: Hospitals unite statewide; 36 deaths; PPE shortage growing

Gov. Ned Lamont said that the state has received "another small delivery" of PPE from the federal government, including 146,000 surgical masks, as well as a promised 50 ventilators, which "we haven't seen yet."

New Bridgeport Hospital President Anne Diamond: Steady approach to challenging times

“We’re making a huge investment in technology, staff and education – we’ve had 100 technologies installed in the last six months," the new Bridgeport Hospital chief says.

State lawmakers approve restaurant bill, hospital settlement – but Obamacare dealt...

Soon after the ratification of the hospital agreement came word that a federal appeals court has ruled that the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate is unconstitutional, in light of the U.S. Congress’ elimination of the tax penalty that was intended to enforce it.

State settles lawsuit with Connecticut Hospital Association

Under the terms of the deal, which must be approved by the General Assembly, hospitals will have a more stable and predictable user fee schedule, with a reduction in the user fee (or "hospital tax") from $900 million to $820 million by FY 2026.

Bridgeport had highest profit margin of all hospitals in 2018

Twenty-four of the state's 28 hospitals finished 2018 in the black, realizing a 5.92% profit margin, down from 2017’s 7.05%.

Lamont, state hospitals getting closer to settling hospital tax lawsuit

“We have been in discussions with the state, with a mutual goal of resolving this matter so the legislature could take it up by the end of this month,” according to a statement by the Connecticut Hospital Association.

Stamford Health CEO Silard elected to CT Hospital Assn.’s board

Kathleen Silard joined Stamford Health in 2003 as executive vice president and chief operating officer and was named president and CEO last year.

Lamont, Connecticut hospitals reach tentative agreement on hospital tax lawsuit

The Connecticut Hospital Association maintains the tax has cost its member hospitals billions since it went into effect in 2011.

Mixed reaction to Gov. Ned Lamont’s budget proposal

Among those criticizing aspects of the new governor's plan: Hospitals, accountants, and Republican lawmakers.

Report: CT hospitals, health systems pump $27.7B into state’s economy

According to the 2019 Economic Impact Report by the Connecticut Hospital Association, the care providers collectively spent $7.6 billion on employee payroll, $5.4 billion on goods and services, and $840 million on capital projects.

‘Not a lot of good news’ for CT health care industry,...

The state's controversial hospital tax and the federal government's elimination of the individual health care mandate bode ill for caregivers and patients alike, says John Murphy.