The future of health is in the home and in the community. But what happens when the environments we live and work in aren’t healthy? We know that health is created by more than our genetics – it is also dependent on our social environment – access to fresh food, transportation, education, employment, and safe and affordable housing. In our current system, human services that address these social needs and health services are siloed, leading to a disconnect between the health of our communities and the health of individuals. How do health insurance providers identify their members’ needs and connect them with social services? How can they partner with community-based organizations to coordinate whole-person care? What can employers do to support their workforce, as well as their larger community through impact investing and corporate social responsibility? This session will explore how one health insurance provider is collaborating with state and county leaders to reduce access barriers and target interventions informed by human service relationships in order to improve health outcomes. Join us to learn more about how to build data partnerships to link health and human services.