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News Headlines

'Medicalized' smartphones shifting medicine out of healthcare settings
Modern Healthcare - Monday, June 27, 2016


Hospitals get more proactive about bill collection as patients' ability to pay deteriorates
Modern Healthcare - Tuesday, June 28, 2016


Labor costs, tax receipts, threaten new CT budget before it starts
Connecticut Mirror - Tuesday, June 28, 2016


Hospital for Special Care celebrates anniversary
Central CT Communications - Monday, June 27, 2016


   
 

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CHA Special Edition of Update: Annual Meeting Awards

The Connecticut Hospital Association will hold its 98th Annual Meeting on Tuesday, June 28, 2016.  This year's theme, Connecticut Hospitals: Standing Up for Communities, Caring for Patients, Fighting for Fairness – Every Day, Every Hospital, reflects the fact that we must continue to stand united in our advocacy, while fulfilling our core mission to provide accessible, equitable, and affordable quality healthcare to all. 

 

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Middlesex Hospital to Receive the 2016 John D. Thompson Award for Excellence in the Delivery of Healthcare Through the Use of Data

At its Annual Meeting, CHA will recognize Middlesex Hospital with the 2016 John D. Thompson Award for Excellence in the Delivery of Healthcare Through the Use of Data for its project, High Reliability Processes to Improve Care for the Early Identification and Treatment of Sepsis.

 

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CHA to Recognize Lawrence + Memorial Hospital with 2016 Community Service Award

At its 98th Annual Meeting on Tuesday, June 28, 2016, the Connecticut Hospital Association (CHA) and the Connecticut Department of Public Health will recognize Lawrence + Memorial Hospital (L+M) with the 2016 Connecticut’s Hospital Community Service Award. 

 

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