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Five Reasons Why You Should Attend One Continuum

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Changing the world is hard work! Community development takes time, and we know no one can do it alone. Join Unite Us and our community partners from across the U.S. for our virtual event, One Continuum, on November 2–3, 2022 from 2:00–4:00 p.m. EST. Enjoy two afternoons of workshops and panels that take a deep-dive into the challenges and opportunities community-based organizations face in building lasting change, and explore real action steps toward finding a shared solution.

Our goal? To provide a space where you can craft better relationships with the people who care about your cause, gather new ideas and insights for scaling your impact, and help you build a stronger foundation no matter what’s next for you and your organization.

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Still not convinced? Here are just some (of the many) reasons why it’s worth your time to join us in November.

1. There’s something for everyone.

With eight different sessions offered across two afternoons, you’re guaranteed to find a wide range of thought-provoking discussions, actionable best practices, and practical takeaways from your industry peers. Scope out your favorite sessions and build a customized learning track ahead of time to make sure you don’t miss a thing!

2. Celebrate your impact.

Each community knows their needs best, and you are the expert of your community’s strengths and capacities. While building relationships and strategies to improve health takes time and intention, sharing those experiences with others can inspire change and spark new ideas. Join the conversation and let us know what’s working for your organization, community, and network.

3. Make surprise connections.

What better way to expand your network (and your skill set) than to attend an event with other organizations who are champions in community outreach and committed to making an impact together? Kickstart your networking before the event by connecting with fellow attendees, reading teasers from our stellar panelists, and joining the conversation in our One Continuum LinkedIn group.

4. Learn something new.

We have some really incredible partners, and we’re excited to hand the virtual microphone over for some of them to celebrate their successes, share their insights, and initiate important conversations. Whether it’s learning more about the importance of cross-sector collaboration or how your organization can better prepare for future funding opportunities, our hope is that you’ll leave with plenty of practical takeaways that you can bring back to the office. Take a look at our agenda for more detailed information on our panels and workshops!

5. It’s free!

The One Continuum experience is free and open to anyone looking to have a positive impact in their own community. You don’t have to leave your house, wait in line, get on a plane, or do anything at all other than open up your laptop in the comfort of your own home or office.

And make sure you don’t summit alone! Spread the word to your network or those wanting to learn more about how organizations are coming together to celebrate and inspire change.

What are you waiting for? Register now and join the Continuum.

While we would love to have you there, if you can’t actually attend the online sessions, that’s okay too. If you register, we’ll send you the recordings after the event so you can watch on your own time!

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About Unite Us

Unite Us is a technology company that builds coordinated care networks of health and social service providers. With Unite Us, providers across sectors can send and receive secure electronic referrals, track every person’s total health journey and report on tangible outcomes across a full range of services in a centralized, cohesive and collaborative ecosystem. Unite Us’ dedicated team builds authentic, lasting partnerships with local organizations to ensure their networks have a solid foundation, launch successfully, and continue to grow and thrive. This HITRUST-certified social care infrastructure helps communities transform their ability to work together and measure impact at scale.

Topics: Health for All
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