Monthly Archives: June 2016

Cefaratti v. Aranow – Connecticut Hospitals May Be Vicariously Liable for Negligence of Non-Employee Physicians

The Supreme Court of Connecticut recently issued an important decision that could significantly increase a hospital’s liability for the negligence of physicians who have privileges at, but are not directly employed by, the hospital. In Cefaratti v. Aranow, the court finally resolved an issue that had resulted in conflicting decisions in the lower courts, and…

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Important New Connecticut Laws Affecting Health Care Effective July 1

The two most recent legislative sessions of the Connecticut General Assembly produced a number of new statutes that significantly impact the operations of hospitals and other health care providers. To help remind the health care industry of the changes ahead, we’ve highlighted below some of the key pieces of legislation that are scheduled to take…

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