GroundGame.Health and USAging
Connecting the Unconnected TM
55.7 million Americans are 65 or older—and the majority of their risk factors sit below the tip of the iceberg.
These Social Determinant of Health (SDoH) risk factors affect up to 80% of these individuals’ health outcomes. Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs), represented by USAging, are on the front lines of reducing these risk factors and meeting seniors’ needs.
That’s why GroundGame.Health is proud to be a Premier Sponsor of the 2023 USAging Conference and Tradeshow for the second year in a row, held this year from from July 16-19 in Salt Lake City.
We are the trusted partner of USAging because we believe in accelerating the missions of Community-Based Organizations like AAAs. We’ve worked with 250+ CBOs as a trusted partner—and have powered over $10M to flow more efficiently from MCOs to CBOs.
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How does GroundGame.Health drive better outcomes for aging Americans?
In the last year, we’ve met 73,882 SDoH needs at the ground level.
AAAs deliver everything from meal deliveries and transportation to case management and long-term care programs. GroundGame.Health supports and accelerates the work that AAAs do—so that together, we can close health equity gaps.
We are positioned to help aging Americans—and all populations—because we’re the only solution that helps CBOs meet health equity needs in the last mile. AAA leaders are doing incredible work, and they need more financial resources and better data to carry out their missions. That’s where we come in.
Our relationships with AAAs and other CBOs mean we can make sure that resources are moving as efficiently as possible to people based on their SDoH needs. From a policy and outcomes perspective, these relationships make us the most trusted and credible partner in the marketplace.
By working directly with CBOs and MCOs, we are connecting the unconnected. We’re making sure that resources flow right to the people and places where they can do the most good.