Listen Up!

It’s not exactly news that it’s hard to be a woman in a male-dominated workplace. Women’s opinions and ideas can go unheard in meetings and other professional contexts — and often, even well-meaning men just don’t notice. An article that recently caught our eye in New York Magazine’s The Cut shares how one group of women […]

CH Helps Close the Diaper Gap

Diapers in a shopping cart

In my volunteer work as a doula, I hang out with a lot of babies — and that means a lot of diapers. Sadly, 1 in 3 families struggle to afford diapers, which is very stressful for parents. In the long term, family income, education, nutrition, and health are greatly impacted when this basic need isn’t […]

There’s a gap. Let’s fill it.

Stacy Robison and Xanthi Scrimgeour

We’re very excited to share an interview with CommunicateHealth president Stacy Robison currently featured in Business West, the premier business news journal of Western Massachusetts. The interview focuses on Stacy’s thoughts on the significant gap between consumers’ ability to understand health information and how effectively professionals are communicating it. Closing this gap, of course, is […]

New Metrics for New Ways of Doing Business

New Metrics Conference

This post was written by Caroline Conena.  Last week’s New Metrics ’14 conference presented by Sustainable Brands and MIT Sloan School of Management brought together top innovators in sustainable business. For 3 days, I joined their conversation and can confirm that the sustainability movement has taken off — and there’s no going back. Sustainable businesses focus on […]

True Story of a CommunicateHealth Intern: Part 2

Sami in a meeting with Caroline.

This post was written by Sami Cohen. Ever since high school, I have known I want to study public health. While many of my friends aspire to be nurses and doctors that treat sick patients, I prefer to understand why people get sick and examine how we can prevent sickness in the first place. During […]

True Story of a CommunicateHealth Intern

Kelsey in a meeting at CommunicateHealth

In October of 2012, I heard about CommunicateHealth. Interested in learning more about CH, I reached out to Blythe, a Senior Health Writer on staff. I was a junior at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. A double major in Public Health and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, I was learning about health disparities that affect my […]

CommunicateHealth Speaks Up for Small Businesses

CH co-founders at work.

Yesterday, CommunicateHealth co-founder Stacy Robison lent her voice to the conversation about the government shutdown in an interview with the Washington Post. The uncertainty around the federal budget is hitting businesses hard. It’s hitting small government contractors — who don’t have a lot of cash cushion to pay staff when they can’t bill — even […]