On The Record with HealthConnect.Link CEO Kevin Dwyer

Originally published by Wisconsin Health News 7/28/2017(Interview by Sean Krikby)

HealthConnect.Link CEO Kevin Dwyer has a vision – creating an online community that helps uninsured and low-income people get connected to the services they need.

Dwyer has been leading a team of volunteers in developing a website that healthcare and social services providers in Dane County can update with what services they have available. They can also use the site to help connect their patients to services.

HealthConnect.Link Announces Partnerships With Key Behavioral Health Support Agencies

Madison, July 7, 2017 – HealthConnect.Link, a Madison-based non-profit venture, has continued to attract additional community partners aligned in their mission to improve access to needed healthcare and community service resources.  Recent additions have included local non-profit agencies focused on behavioral health and support for individuals, children and families.

HealthConnect.Link Expands Partnership to Rural Wisconsin Communities

HealthConnect.Link Expands Partnership to Rural Wisconsin Communities

HealthConnect.Link, a Madison-based non-profit venture, is very pleased to announce the recent establishment of key community partnerships with rural WI healthcare clinics and support agencies.  Partnerships have been established with WFACC – Wisconsin Association of Free and Charitable Clinics, SWCAP – Southwest WI Community Action Program, and START – Stoughton Area Resource Team and Gilda’s Club.

HealthConnect.Link Aims to Connect Low-income and Uninsured People to Affordable Services

Kevin Dwyer, CEO of HealthConnect.Link, has made it his mission to connect low-income and uninsured people to affordable health and social services. 
His nonprofit startup aims to create an online network between service providers so that people needing care can learn about places that have needed services. 
According to him, there is a bigger need for this kind of connected platform in the Madison area than many might realize.