While nonprofit and public sector organizations are leveraging technology and data to increase efficiency, scale quickly and deliver services to more people, their ability to share data, make referrals and track progress is limited. Many of the clients and families helped by social good organizations need multiple services along their path to success, which requires coordination between community-based organizations. If the services needed fall outside of an approved, trusted network, there is a great chance that each organization helping these individuals will lose visibility into how each client is progressing holistically—because information between organizations is disconnected. On a larger scale, this disconnection limits the ability for organizations to showcase the impact they are making in their communities.
This session will share stories from nonprofits and public sector organizations that are successfully working together to establish a trusted community network, gain visibility into organizations’ holistic progress, and articulate community impact.
Session Type30 minute session
- How to adopt best practices for building trust around data sharing between organizations in your community.
- How building a connected network of social good organizations in your community leads to lasting, measurable social change.
- How to gain a holistic picture of participant needs and partner with organizations to ensure all needs are met.