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Q&A with Michael O’Brien, newly appointed managing director of ICR Westwicke

In early August, Michael O’Brien was appointed managing director of ICR Westwicke, a public relations, investor relations and strategic communications firm that works with...

Northwell Health launches overnight emergency telehealth services

Northwell Health has begun its new "ER on Demand" program that lets patients get the emergency care they need virtually. The program operates daily between...

White Plains Hospital partners with Life365 to expand remote health services

Initial "connected care kits" will involve respiratory care bundles for individuals with conditions like COPD and asthma, many of whom can be highly vulnerable to other ailments, especially the Covid-19 virus.

Suite Talk: Lou Gianquinto, president of Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield...

The Connecticut native returns home after five years as president of Missouri Care.

Vaccinations, the economy and federal failures featured in NY State of...

https://youtu.be/WaCVETKTtf8 Progress made combating Covid-19 in New York, plans to beat down the virus in the future and sharp criticism of the Trump Administration were...

Telehealth education

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y44AhyT5nnc Dr. Donna Faye McHaney of Sacred Heart University outlines the school’s new certificate program in telehealth studies. Open your browser and say "Ah!"

Sacred Heart University to roll out telehealth tech program

The program debuts in the spring semester.

CT Senate passes all four House bills; Lamont expected to sign...

The most contentious of the bills – centered on police accountability – passed the Senate by a 21-15 margin after some 10 hours of debate.

CT House passes absentee ballot, telehealth, diabetes and, ultimately, police accountability...

While three of the bills were overwhelmingly approved, the fourth -- which includes a provision allowing civil lawsuits to be filed against police officers and municipalities in certain circumstances -- only passed at 9 a.m. today after much debate.

Absentee ballots, police accountability on agenda for CT special session

In addition, Lamont’s emergency powers and the executive orders he issued under those powers during the COVID-19 crisis are scheduled to expire on Sept. 9, meaning that the General Assembly must decide on the absentee ballot and extension of telehealth coverage questions by then.

Stamford’s TapestryHealth acquires Telemedicine Web Services

Telemedicine Web Services is the creator of the Concierge Telemedicine and Clinic Telemedicine systems.

Suite Talk: Dr. Daren Anderson, director of ConferMED

"Our motto is confer before you refer," said Anderson.

PhysicianOne Urgent Care adds drive-up COVID-19 testing to all locations

Patients are pre-screened via telehealth and those showing COVID-19 symptoms make a reservation for screening.

ConnectiCare offers free telehealth services through May 31

ConnectiCare has announced that members can temporarily use telehealth for covered medical and mental health services at no cost through May 31. “We know our...

The Next Big Thing: XRHealth brings virtual reality to telehealth services

XRHealth calls itself "the first certified Extended Reality medical company in the world."