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One Continuum: The Transition from "Why" to "How"

By Sabina Loscalzo on February, 7 2019
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Sabina Loscalzo

 

This week, we officially announced our first annual summit: One Continuum. This is the first event bringing together the most inspired leaders from healthcare, the community, government, and philanthropy to have an honest conversation about cross-sector collaboration, social determinants of health innovation, and how we can collectively move the needle to improve outcomes.

 

 

 

This event aims to support a shift in the dialogue around addressing the social determinants of health from "why?" to "how?"

 

As we prepare for One Continuum and kickstart this chapter of thought-provoking conversations, there is one constant, underlying theme. We all have the same goal: to build healthier, more equitable communities.

 

Throughout the day, the audience will engage in meaningful dialogue about scalable programs that are integrating care along the continuum. We will hear the voices of community organizations that are pioneering this work and learn how to increase productive, sustainable cross-sector partnerships. We will also hear from leaders at the heart of Medicaid transformation discussing how we can continue to revamp the way we deliver care in this country.

 

As more investments and partnerships emerge nationally, it has never been more important than now to bring healthcare, government, and the community together to engage in this critical conversation. We want to continue to increase the dialogue around our country’s most pressing issues and help tell the stories that matter.

 

For Unite Us, this conversation will not end after One Continuum. We are working every day to create new ways for the SDOH industry to stay connected! We will be sure to share the content and conversations from the event to further collaboration across sectors.

 

 

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