November 5, 2018 • Omaha, Nebraska

Live Well Omaha is honored to have served as the facilitator and convener of a membership-driven collaborative that advances shared work for the health of all. The 2018 Changemakers Summit made history by launching a health priority process for the Douglas, Cass, Sarpy and Pottawattamie County region for both adults and children/adolescents.

A Successful Day!

Over 160 attendees heard from keynote speaker Natalie S. Burke, President & CEO of CommonHealth ACTION, and voted on the “Top Opportunities” as identified in the PRC 2018 Community Health Needs Assessment for both Adults and Child/Adolescents. 

Priority Voting

This year’s Summit featured the release of the 2018 Community Health Needs Assessment survey Data – a survey that is conducted with more than 3,000 residents from Douglas, Sarpy, Cass, and Pottawattamie Counties. This was the first Summit where health data was shared from the region and was inclusive of the Community Health Needs Assessment survey conducted among parents on behalf of children and adolescents. Attendees will have the opportunity to give input on the priorities of future community health implementation planning.


Next Steps

These priorities are a launch point of engagement as the Regional Health Council works with each county health department to survey residents and narrow the top five priorities down to the top two.

Please contact us at or your local health department to get connected.

Thank you to our 2018 Sponsors



Save the Date

Mark your calendar for the 2019 Health Summit brought to you by Live Well Omaha and WELLCOM!

Awards Gala – Evening of October 8, 2019
Health Summit – October 9, 2019
Scott Conference Center
Omaha, Nebraska

If you’re interested in sponsoring the 2019 Health Summit, contact Sheena Helgenberger at 

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