Monthly Archives: August 2014

Next week on Conversations on Health Care: Dr. Jonathan Gruber

Next week on Conversations on Health Care, Margaret and I speak with Dr. Jonathan Gruber who was one of the key architects of the Massachusetts Health Reform legislation, and advised the Obama administration on the creation of the Affordable Care … Continue reading

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The Affordable Care Act: It Really Is Working.

The following is a guest blog post from Stefan Kostolitz, Outreach and Eligibility Associate: Connecticut’s first open enrollment period for health insurance closed a little over four months ago, at the end of March.  Since October 1st of last year, 256,666 residents … Continue reading

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CHC Participates in GE’s 4th Be Healthy Event

The event summary below was written by Community HealthCorps member, Rishonda Thomas who has spent the past year serving within Fairfield County and also participated in yesterday’s event on behalf of The Community Health Center, Inc. On July 31st, CHC … Continue reading

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Dr. Erica Frank, CEO of NextGenU.org

This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Erica Frank the Canada Research Chair in Preventive Medicine and Population Health at the University of British Columbia’s School of Population and Public Health.She is the Founder and CEO … Continue reading

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Conversations on Training the Next Generation

This week on CHC’s radio show, Conversations on Health Care, Co-hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter interview Dr. Erica Frank. She is a Professor at the University of British Columbia’s School of Population and Public Health where she is the Canada Research … Continue reading

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CHC Receives $250,000 Under the Affordable Care Act

Community Health Center, Inc. (CHC) has been awarded  $250,000 in funding under the Affordable Care Act as part of an initiative designed to support health centers in establishing or strengthening their behavioral health services. and had a particular focus on … Continue reading

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