Event Format



Wed, Jun 06, 2018, 01:00 PM – Wed, Jun 06, 2018, 02:00 PM



Event Host

Contact Information

Syeda Aisha


Held: Wednesday, June 6, 2018 |1:00:00 PM CDT - 2:00:00 PM CDT |2:00:00 PM EDT - 3:00:00 PM EDT

As health care moves beyond clinical walls, technology and innovative practices can be that bridge that brings change and robust care from clinical settings to the community. In this webinar, explore how technology has become the driving mechanism of implementing evidence-based and data-driven approaches to improve population health. Rather than viewing technology as a challenge, hospitals and community organizations must see this as an opportunity to establish cross-sectoral collaborations that best serve populations at scale with personalized and precise care. Learn how a large health care system like Allina Health collaborated with NowPow, a software start up in Chicago, to implement a community referral problem while the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation has the Connected Communities of Care, their Information Exchange Portal (IEP) program – all to address social determinants of health, improve care coordination and health outcomes and strengthen hospital-community partnerships.

Learning objectives:

  • Explore ways to use technology to drive population health
  • Learn how to replicate the IEP program
  • Discuss the challenges and barriers in implementing technology driven practices


  • Ellie Zuehlke, Director Community Benefit and Engagement, Allina Health
  • Emma Roberts, Director of Sales, NowPow
  • Stephanie Fenniri, Senior Community Partnerships Manager, Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation
  • Moderator: Julie Trocchio, Senior Director, Community Benefit and Continuing Care, Catholic Health Association of the United States

View a recording of this webinar