Episode 36 of the podcast More than Health Care: Nonprofits and Health Care Working Together is now available online and on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify. Tune in to uncover keys to collaboration and holistic health in pursuit of improved outcomes and lower costs for all.

In this episode, host Jill Huynh recalls her most memorable episodes from 2020—a year she says was, “like no other.” These episodes resonated with her because of how they coincided with her work or personal life and others because of the compelling work being done.

Jill's Top Five Episodes

Episode 28: Let’s Stop the Nonprofit Hunger Games
Vu Le of Nonprofit AF
This episode is enlightening, motivating, and Vu says things nonprofits are afraid to say.

Episode 32: People Don't Live in Vacuums: Getting Systems Collaboration Right
John Jeanetta and Greg Ryan of Heartland Family Service

This episode will inspire you to realize the power of data-driven decision making for innovation. Heartland Family Services is one of the organizations featured in the Commitments in Action Celebration, recognizing the organizations whose ingenuity, innovation, and vision, as part of the Strategy Counts initiative, helped the Alliance to establish the Commitments of High-Impact Nonprofit Organizations strategy framework.

Episode 30: Where Money Meets Mission
Sophia Raday of Nonprofit Finance Fund
Hear from someone on the cusp of uncovering what it takes to partner with big health care and how to fund those partnerships. 

Episode 34: How Do You Measure Child Well-Being?
Milton Little Jr. of United Way of Greater Atlanta

Hear from someone in pursuit of a big, hairy, audacious goal. After implementing a child well-being index, United Way of Greater Atlanta and partners have set out to improve conditions for 250,000 Atlanta kids in 10 years.

Podcast Episode 27: When COVID-19 Came and the Child Abuse Hotline Stopped Ringing
Bob Shapiro of the Mayerson Center for Safe and Healthy Children at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

This episode digs into an example of how we can collaborate to quickly implement solutions to emerging challenges.

“Thank you so much for your time, listenership, and we look forward to bringing you more podcasts in the year 2021 that are filled with as much information, inspiration, motivation, and learning opportunities," adds Jill. 

Listen to Jill as she recalls her top five episodes of 2020 in episode 36 of the  More than Health Care podcast.

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