Tag: Scott Orsey

Center of the Universe

We Are Not the Center of the Universe

By: Scott Orsey Change is hard, especially where structure creates imbalance in perspectives, power and impact. When years of good intentions yield underwhelming results for children and families, it is time to question the approach. In this four-part blog series, Scott Orsey explores the model used by scientists to […]

Why Are We So Negative?

By: Scott Orsey I just lived a deeply insightful week that I believe would challenge even the most steadfast worldview. It came months into a department-wide introspection called our Pathways to Action Project, which involved holding town hall meetings for team members to reflect on our office culture […]

Embracing the Social Needs Roadmap

By: Scott Orsey Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health (the Office) is excited to be an early adopter of the Social Needs Roadmap, which is a health sector driven campaign to address the non-medical essential needs of patients, including children and families. The roadmap joins healthcare organizations […]