Madison Public Library has recognized the benefits and strengths of HealthConnect.Link and are excited to contribute to the non-profit's future successes. Mary Fahndrich, Community Engagement Librarian of Madison Public Library, says that as a safe and welcoming place for the most vulnerable and marginalized members of the Madison community, Madison Public Library's newfound partnership with HealthConnect.Link will aide in bridging the information gap between those who need a service and those who provide the service.
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.
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.
Madison, June 6, 2017 – HealthConnect.Link, a Madison-based non-profit venture, was recently honored to be selected as the first place recipient of the GHC–SCW Annual Innovation Award. HealthConnect.Link founder and CEO, Kevin Dwyer, worked in collaboration on this project with Christina Bell, DNP, RN, noted nursing leader and educator.
Madison, June 6, 2017 HealthConnect.Link’s network of community partners has continued to grow, with the recent additions of Healthy Community Kitchen and the Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality (WCHQ).
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.