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Reform to Transform- One Month Later…

By Stephanye R. Clarke Social determinants of health- I talk about them quite a bit, a practice I intend to continue until I see a dramatic decrease in health disparities. If you seek an easy-to-understand description of social determinants of … Continue reading

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Vermont’s Community Health Teams

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Good Health is More Than Just Clinical Care

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Getting to Better Health: Connecting Care and Community

Here’s video of our Reform to Transform event on April 29, held at Quinnipiac University. Slide show presentations:  Spending More and Getting Less, Elizabeth Bradley, Professor at the Yale School of Public Health Vermont Blueprint for Health: Community System of Health, Jenney … Continue reading

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In Sickness and In Health…

By Stephanye R. Clarke I am worried about our children. Now THAT is an attention-seeking opening if I ever saw one, but it is from the heart, nonetheless. Like many, I’ve been entranced by what’s happening in Baltimore. Last week, … Continue reading

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Why You Should Attend Reform to Transform Spring 2015… #R2T

By Stephanye R. Clarke, self-proclaimed #PublicHealthGeek Recently, I have written blogs about everything from Black Men’s Health to connecting poverty and housing to good health. Our next Reform to Transform forum event goes a step further — on Wednesday, April … Continue reading

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Yale Professor Elizabeth Bradley on How We Change Health Care

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