Monthly Archives: September 2011

Will We Exceed the Spending Cap?

September 29, 2011

According to this article in the CT Mirror , the Malloy administration is already warning—less than three months into the fiscal year—that it may not be able to stay within the constitutional … More »

Are the Presentation Hills Alive with the Sound of Music?

September 27, 2011

Since I (Jenn) got back from the Communications Network’s annual conference in Boston, I’ve been thinking a lot about what makes communications effective.. While I enjoyed both days of the conference, it … More »

Creating a Better Patient-Provider Dialogue with Information

September 20, 2011

Imagine you just received some blood test results that indicate you have Type 2 Diabetes. Your doctor has asked you to come in for an appointment to discuss those results and your treatment options. You … More »

2010 Census Data News Story Roundup

September 16, 2011

On Tuesday this week, the Census Bureau released the 2010 Population Survey Data. Since that time, our tweetstream has been flooded with different links to blog posts, news stories, and reports about the data … More »

Health Reform: Ready or Not, Here it Comes!

September 16, 2011

Today's post was written by Monette Goodrich, Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs. Health reform presents every state with a great opportunity to not only increase access to health … More »

Guest Post for the Communications Network blog

September 9, 2011

Our senior communications officer Maryland Grier wrote a guest post for the Communications Network entitled " When Social Media and Traditional Media Work Together, Good Things Happen ." Please come visit … More »

How Visualizing Data is Changing the Conversation in Public Health

September 6, 2011

Is there a connection between your health and where you live? This link between community and health, and the inequity that can result, is not always intuitive, but the Connecticut Association of the … More »