Regional Approaches to Health Equity:
Enabling Care Coordination Across Sectors

Wednesday, March 30, 2022
12pm – 1:30 pm, Central time

Want to learn how health centers can move from competition to collaboration? Regional collaboratives help connect more people to resources, but many health centers aren’t sure how to begin forming strategic partnerships. In our upcoming webinar, a New Jersey collaborative of healthcare, hospital systems, and other community organizations (powered by findhelp) will share how they’re advancing regional care by leveraging SDoH data to create strategic partnerships that strengthen their community.

You’ll learn from our panelists about how they connect to organizations with shared interests, develop focus group sessions, and use the findhelp platform to address care gaps with a focus on privacy, equity, and interoperability. These New Jersey organizations became partners in health equity—and you can, too.

If you cannot attend the webinar but are interested in learning more about our platform, please schedule a demo.

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Moderator 

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Lauren Ramsey-Bois (she/her)

Sr. Community Engagement Manager

Findhelp

Speakers

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Daniel Master (he/him)

Strategic Project Manager

Virtua Health

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Kerona Sharpe (she/her)

Program Manager: Community Connections

Camden Coalition

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Maxwell Kursh (he/him)

Director, Community and Population Health

Cooper University Health Care 

About findhelp

Findhelp is the nation’s leading social care network, making it easy for customers in a wide range of industries to integrate social care into the work they already do—from education and government to housing, healthcare and more.

 

Through customer platforms alone, the findhelp network reaches more than 9 million users across the country, making it easy to connect people seeking help and the verified social care providers that serve them, with dignity and ease.