Norwalk On-Demand Shuttle Program Earns Recognition

Norwalk On-Demand Shuttle Program Earns Recognition

In the “Technology Innovation: Citizens” category, the Northeast award winner at this year’s Government Technology Special Districts program was the Norwalk Transit District.  The program that earned the recognition is the Wheels2U Micro-Transit Service, launched late last year, and may be replicated elsewhere in Connecticut

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With Operational Snags at AIM Specialty Health Causing Appointments to be Cancelled, Anthem Suspends Pre-Authorizations for PT, OT Care Thru July 31

With Operational Snags at AIM Specialty Health Causing Appointments to be Cancelled, Anthem Suspends Pre-Authorizations for PT, OT Care Thru July 31

“Heath care moves fast.  Keep up.”  Those words appear prominently on the website of AIM Specialty Care, a subsidiary of Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, and a provider of utilization management services, better known as the “pre-authorization” that medical providers require before agreeing to see patients with insurance coverage. In the first days of this month, AIM did not keep up.

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CT Nonprofits Ponder Impact of Proposed United Technologies Merger, Corporate Relocation

CT Nonprofits Ponder Impact of Proposed United Technologies Merger, Corporate Relocation

One of the many questions surrounding the pending merger between United Technologies and Massachusetts-headquartered Raytheon is what happens next year?  Will the merged company, Raytheon Technologies, continue to support nonprofit organizations in Connecticut to the extent that UTC has, in many instances, for decades. Among those wondering is Special Olympics.

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UConn Earns Defense Industry Dollars, Research Designation

UConn Earns Defense Industry Dollars, Research Designation

Connecticut’s economic dependence on the defense industry is evident not only across the industry, but at the state’s flagship university. In recent months, the University of Connecticut has been re-designated as a National Security Agency/Department of Homeland Security Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Research and landed a four-year, $5.4 million contract with the Air Force

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Science and Engineering Take Center Stage in Connecticut Among Young and Older

Science and Engineering Take Center Stage in Connecticut Among Young and Older

It will be an evening honoring achievement among the young and the experienced when the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering gathers for its 44th Annual Meeting & Dinner on Tuesday, May 28, 2019. Leading the honors will be Professor Pasko Rakic, the Dorys McConnell Duberg Professor of Neuroscience and Professor of Neurology at Yale School of Medicine

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