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What is the best way to use the communications tools in the HealthETeams Challenge Support profile pages?

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What is the best way to use the communications tools in the HealthETeams Challenge Support profile pages?

9/28/2015 10:48 PM EDT

There are a lot of ways that content can drive performance and engagement in the pursuit of improving our support efforts for the healthETeams Challenge project. I am interested in others' thoughts about ways to do this....

1. 9/28/2015 10:52 PM EDT

I think it is a good practice to encourage group members to use the tools and post helpful and relevant information on the profile page whenever there is something of merit to share.

2. 10/8/2015 3:09 PM EDT

Thomas, thanks for your suggestion. Perhaps at our next group meeting we can brainstorm effective ways to do that.

3. 3/11/2016 8:57 PM EST

I like the way that Joe used our April calendar to provide specifics on a big event sponsored by Hampton Roads Sports Commission called the Hampton Roads Corporate Challenge. I will personally take that lead and look for events throughout the community by reading the newspaper and keeping an eye and ear out and post interesting events and workshops that touch upon healthy living and healthcare consumer education.

4. 4/18/2016 10:15 PM EDT

We should explore ways that the Group profile can be an effective communications enhancement to the mobile app in enabling teams to excel at achieving their group's challenges in the HealthETeams Challenge.

5. 6/26/2021 7:33 AM EDT

In my opinion, the COVID-19 pandemic has definitely had an adverse effect on this issue in at least wo ways. It has made the substance abuse and mental health condition more acute and more profound AND it has clouded the importance of communities executing collective impact against SUD and other communitywide improvement projects because the focus has been on vaccinations, social distancing, masks and not meeting in large groups indoors.

Hopefully, as the COVID-19 pandemic begins to ease a bit and as that continues to improve, we will see other communitywide collection impact projects, whether that be for SUD recovery or other socio-economic conditions will come to the fore!

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