About our partnerships

We envision a network of organizations aligned to work together to serve the needs of individuals and communities across the country and connect people to critical medical and social services. The challenge is daunting and requires bold action from stakeholders across industries and geographies. What we have built, together, is the Pandemic Response Network.

We are partnering with organizations that:

  • Serve essential service workers, including individuals who work in agriculture, healthcare, and long term care
  • Advocate for communities of color and communities of older adults
  • Provide medical and social services to vulnerable communities
  • Provide tools that enhance employee information security
  • Provide tools that enable social service referrals
  • And much more...

 

PRN is pleased to be partnering with the following organizations. We encourage you to learn more about them and the vital work that they do.

 

Combines specialized expertise and programming with a community-centered approach to help people in impoverished communities across the globe.
Drugviu is diversifying clinical research and clinical trials by capturing EHR data, patient-reported medication outcomes of populations of color and connecting them to clinical research opportunities.
IDEO.org is a nonprofit design studio. We design products and services alongside organizations that are committed to creating a more just and inclusive world.
A 1,300-plus professional member organization for persons employed in facility housekeeping at the management level that provides members with an array of channels through which they can achieve personal and professional growth.
The leading national organization working to improve the lives of Hispanic older adults, their families and their caregivers.
A non-profit trade association representing more than 250 providers with ~15,000 assisted living residents in Adult Care Homes and Family Care Homes across the state.
A statewide Migrant Health Voucher Program within the NC Office of Rural Health that works with local agencies to respond to gaps in health care that would otherwise prevent farmworkers from accessing needed care.
A nonprofit trade association of skilled nursing care centers located throughout North Carolina.
Serving Christ by loving our neighbors through excellent, compassionate and accessible health care.
A hospital within the largest public health care system in the United States that provides essential inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year.
Secures sensitive identity information by providing details only when consumers give their explicit consent to build a network for verified identity that puts consumers in control of their sensitive personal information.
Once a large community hospital, the Union of today is a Federally Qualified Health Center providing health care services from six locations throughout the Bronx.
Proven infrastructure provides both a person-centered care coordination platform and a hands-on community engagement process; we work hand-in-hand with communities to ensure services are seamlessly delivered to the people who need them most.