Presented by Energizing Health

Social + Health = Connected Communities

Research suggests that individuals who feel a sense of security, belonging, and trust in their community have better health. A key sign of community well-being is the value people place on—and how highly they prioritize—investments in health and well-being. Examples include investments in parks and improved accessibility for those with limited mobility. Pioneering technologies and novel partnerships are redefining the ways that large health systems work with smaller providers and how the health sector leverages the resources of the social sector through technology. From 211 and 911 Call Centers to the multi-city pilot between CVS and UniteUs, learn how new collaborations are redefining how we work together.

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Dan Brillman

Unite Us

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Ivor Horn


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Maurice Jones

Local Initiatives Support Corporation

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Primary Access
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