Incentivized Networks:
Advancing Health Equity through
Community Partnerships and Investments

Thursday, January 12, 2023
1pm – 2pm, Central time

More than ever before, whole-person care requires healthcare organizations to refer patients to community organizations that can meet their social care needs. Social care referrals help healthcare organizations address upstream health factors, but nonprofits face obstacles that limit their capacity to respond to a high volume of referrals. That's where incentivized networks come in.

At our upcoming webinar, Children’s Mercy Hospital and Cedars Sinai will share how they forged an innovative approach to partnering with local community organizations like Community Services League and Jewish Family Services LA by building an incentivized network.

Join us to gain insight into how to meet patients' complex needs in your own community. 

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

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Kelsey Allen (Circle)

Kelsey Allen
Sr. Customer Success Manager





Melodie Chrisman 

Vice President, Income Supports

Community Services League


Nikita Sharma, MHA

Program Manager, Operations & Population Health Management

Children’s Mercy Integrated Care Solutions


Krystal Green

Community Connect Program Manager



Jennifer L. Glazer

Program Director, Central Access, Ezra & Special Needs

Jewish Family Service LA 

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 19 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.