Monthly Archives: January 2014

Things We’ll Be Looking Out For During the 2014 Legislative Session

January 30, 2014

Today's post was written by Elizabeth Myung Sook Krause, vice president of policy and communications at the Connecticut Health Foundation. I am a little over a year into my position of VP of Policy and … More »

The Campaign for a Stronger Connecticut: Helping Our Leaders Build Bridges to Better Health

January 27, 2014

Today's post was written by Jeanette Duffy, project manager at GALEWiLL Design (a consultant to the Connecticut Health Foundation). In New Haven, a scale in the front of a church gives weekly … More »

How Public Policy Advances Health Equity

January 22, 2014

"How fundamental is public policy to the success of the equity agenda that the foundation endeavors to achieve?" asks Elizabeth Krause, vice president of policy and communications at the Connecticut Health … More »

Change is Here. What are we in the Oral Health Community Going to Do about It? This.

January 16, 2014

Today's guest post was written by Mary Boudreau, Executive Director of the Connecticut Oral Health Initiative and member of the 2014 Class of Health Leadership Fellows. As Access Health CT, the state’s … More »

Baby Talk: Be Sure to Give This One Thing to Your Baby

January 14, 2014

Today’s post was written by Brianna Moody, communications & policy intern at the Connecticut Health Foundation. You’ve got the pacifiers, supernaturally absorbent diapers, even the … More »

Help for Those Tough Conversations About Performance

January 6, 2014

Today's post was written by Carol Pollack, vice president of finance & operations. While it is not the case this year, in the course of my career there have been times when I have dreaded the beginning … More »