Hartford Business Journal – A newly announced medical technology and digital health accelerator in Hartford’s Constitution Plaza promises to find plenty of synergies with the city’s two-year-old insurance technology accelerator, Mayor Luke Bronin said Wednesday.
Hartford Business Journal – Hartford HealthCare, Trinity College and the UConn School of Business on Wednesday are expected to announce the launch a medical technology and digital health accelerator, which would join insurance and manufacturing startup programs that have launched in the Capital City in the past few years.
One grew up in the shadow of UConn and the other, on a distant continent. But Stephanie Knowlton and Reza Amin are happy they made their trip to the state’s flagship university – no matter the route.Continue Reading
Los Angeles Times– A single-payer healthcare system once again is being talked about for California — the leading candidate for governor supports the idea — and once again the issue is being framed as a debate between starry-eyed dreamers and sober-minded realists.
Los Angeles Times – It’s a question I encounter frequently when I discuss healthcare with conservatives, particularly after I note that I have a chronic and costly preexisting condition, Type 1 diabetes.
UConn Today – Debra Kendall is Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor in Medicinal Chemistry in the School of Pharmacy. But when she talks about ‘her students,’ she is not only referring to those who are planning to pursue careers in pharmacy, although they are an important part of the mix.