Monthly Archives: February 2013

Dr. Jonathan Oberlander, Professor of Health Policy & Management, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

This week, Mark and Margaret speak with Dr. Jonathan Oberlander, Professor of Social Medicine and Health Policy & Management at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill about his recently released report highlighting some of the Affordable Care Act’s political vulnerabilities.

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CHC Staff Collaborate on Article in American Journal of Preventive Medicine

CHC, Inc. is proud to announce that our very own Jayme Hannay, MPH, PhD, Robert W. Dudley, MD, MEd, and Paula K. Leibovitz, MS, RD, CDE recently published an article in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine (AJPM). The article … Continue reading

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Psychology Postdoctoral Resident Profile – Andrew Daren

Meet Andrew Daren, a resident in CHC’s Psychology Postdoctoral Residency Program! –          Can you tell us a bit about your educational background?     Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology at Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.  I went to Brandeis University in Massachusetts for undergrad … Continue reading

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Integrated Care for Special Populations

The following is an email to CHC Staff announcing the Integrated Care  for Special Populations.  It has been edited for the blog. As you know, CHC has long been a  source of excellent care and caring for many particularly vulnerable popuations.  … Continue reading

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Nurse Practitioner in Residency Profile – Elizabeth Scott

Meet Elizabeth Scott, a Nurse Practitioner in Residency at CHC, Inc.! –          Can you tell us a bit about your educational background? I studied International Development at McGill University in Montreal as an undergraduate. I did my RN certificate and Masters … Continue reading

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Dr. Jeffery Levi, Trust for America’s Health

This week, Mark and Margaret speak with Dr. Jeffery Levi, Executive Director of Trust for America’s Health, a non profit organization seeking to make disease prevention a national priority. Dr. Levi discusses his recent report: A Healthier America 2013, in … Continue reading

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Project Echo for Buprenorphine

The latest Project Echo® started this afternoon at CHC.  These are teleconferences where experts help primary care providers in handling specific topics.  The new topic is Buprenorphine, which is often used to help patients with drug addictions.  Like other Project … Continue reading

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New Horizons Domestic Violence Services – Used Cell Phone Drive

The following piece was written by Carlee Clarino, a HealthCorps Navigator at CHC who organized a recently-completed, used cell phone drive for New Horizons Domestic Violence Services.      According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 23.6% of … Continue reading

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Dr. John Bartlett, The Carter Center Mental Health Project

This week, Mark and Margaret speak with Dr. John Bartlett, Senior Project Advisor for the Primary Care Initiative at the Carter Center. Dr. Bartlett discusses the Carter Center’s efforts to better facilitate behavioral health and substance abuse treatment in the … Continue reading

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Franklin Street CHC Dental Gives Kids in Crisis a Smile

The following post is from a message Stamford Dental Director Dr. Tinashe Chapfika, DDS, shared about providing services to Kids in Crisis as part of Give Kids a Smile: February is Give Kids a Smile Month, and to honor that, Toma, Laxmi … Continue reading

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