IMPACT Connect is a catalyst for change

Communities across the country have begun to realize the value of integrating data from multiple systems and using it to enhance their understanding of social determinants of health - factors which significantly influence a person's health and well-being.

Community Information Exchanges like IMPACT Connect improve real-time care coordination, reduce the use of costly public services, inform public policy, and support individuals’ progress in achieving quality of life indicators such as housing stability.

These changes are critical to improving population health, driving system efficiencies, reducing costs and advancing health equity.

We are currently building our network of providers at the Mezzo level and seeking partners in multiple sectors. Together we will enact real change at the Micro and Macro levels. Join us!

IMPACT Connect - Info Sessions

Interested in learning more about IMPACT Connect in a casual, virtual setting where questions are encouraged? Please consider registering for an upcoming info session on August 17th or August 31st.

Partner Announcements

Benedict Center's Women & Justice virtual fundraising event - September 21, 2022

Shared Sentences: How the Incarceration of Mothers Impacts Their Children

The Community's 2nd annual event - September 1, 2022

Correcting the Narrative Awards

Literacy Services of Wisconsin online program - Apply by September 2, 2022

High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED) Fall Session

United Methodist Children's Services of Wisconsin, Inc.(UMCS) - career opportunities

Social Services Manager

Supportive Housing Social Worker

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