2022 Impact Report: A Letter from Dan and Taylor
At the start of a new year, Dan Brillman, Unite Us CEO, and Taylor Justice, Unite Us President, reflect on our impact in 2022.
Together. In collaboration. In resilience. In community.
We’re proud to present this report as a celebration of the impact we made together in 2022—a year that taught us that strengthening communities and collaboration is our super power.
Our mission is to power collaboration across sectors to meet the needs of communities. We know that needs are filled, solutions are found, and gaps are closed when we bring communities together.
That happens because of you. Your ingenuity and compassion. Your experience and capacity to learn from the people and partners we serve. All woven into the relationships we’ve strengthened, the digital infrastructure we’ve taken to the next level, and the unprecedented social and health data we’ve harnessed.
Together, we’ve helped feed rural communities; shown healthcare organizations how to open doors to their patients with the highest needs; given community groups access to local resources and partners they never knew they had; extended the reach of the Chickasaw Nation to feed families; and provided wraparound services to new mothers in Florida.
For Unite Us, 2022 brought with it more opportunities to make strategic decisions and deepen our investments in products and solutions that will support communities for the long term. Together, we have the resilience and adaptability to thrive through changing macroeconomic trends post-COVID recovery, and even natural disasters.
Thank you for the impact you bring to our community.
Dan Brillman and Taylor Justice
Our Impact in 2022
Read the full report to learn more about our impact in 2022.
About Unite Us
Unite Us is the nation’s leading software company bringing sectors together to improve the health and well-being of communities. We drive the collaboration to identify, deliver, and pay for services that impact whole-person health. Through Unite Us’ national network and software, community-based organizations, government agencies, and healthcare organizations are all connected to better collaborate to meet the needs of the individuals in their communities.