Hartford Business Journal

March 26, 2018 — Greater Hartford Health, Spring 2018

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 26 • NUMBER 13 $3.00 MARCH 26, 2018 Workforce Investment The state's smaller manufacturers are pushing for access to an apprenticeship tax credit enjoyed by larger companies. PAGE 27 THE LISTS: Largest chambers of commerce in Greater Hartford Newsmakers Brett Raphael, Artistic Director & CEO, Connecticut Ballet. PAGE 3 PAGE 28 A Future Beyond Gaming Mario Kontomerkos, who became president and CEO of Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment in October, shares his vision for the Mohegan Tribe's diversification and global business strategy. GREATER HARTFORD HEALTH • Spring 2018 www.HartfordBusiness.com • March 26, 2018 • Hartford Business Journal 11 Q&A Victoria Veltri discusses her role as head of the Of ce of Health Strategy G r e a t e r H a r t f o r d HEALTH The Region's Quarterly Health Care Magazine // Spring 2018 // nebusinessmedia.com Senior Living Billed as a cheaper senior- care option, "granny pods" see sluggish CT rollout Executive Profi le Paul Verrastro, CEO, Center for Advanced Reproductive Services Aging Support Hospitals are adding doctors and beds to meet growing demands for geriatric psychiatry From the Publishers of From the Publishers of P H O T O \ \ S T E V E L A S C H E V E R Greater Hartford Health The spring issue of Greater Hartford Health includes a focus on aging and its impact on the healthcare industry. PAGE 6 State chambers of commerce are banding together to offer a new health insurance model for small employers. Spreading Risk HBJ PHOTO | STEVE LASCHEVER PAGE 11

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