connected health solutions, inc.
connecting. creating. cultivating
Preparing service organizations for shifting technologies, values & trends, Connected Health Solutions, Inc. is an organizational development consultancy dedicated to assisting agencies to deliver the highest quality services to vulnerable and under-served populations. We do this by increasing organizational knowledge and capacity through fun, entertaining, engaging and innovative programming.
While strategic planning, capacity-building, program development & evaluation, and staff training are fundamental organizational development products, Connected Health Solutions, Inc. specializes in teaching agencies how to incorporate new media and enjoyment in all of their approaches.
events and showcases
In addition the core strengths above, CHS consultants are often invited to lecture and present around the country as well as host events and showcases.
The importance of social marketing for changing behavior and shifting norms
The impact of new media on adolescent development and mental health
New media for public health and well being
Emotional regulation strategies using cognitive-behavioral approaches & new media
Teen-driven social marketing strategies
Marketing and branding strategies for public health and service organizations
Kenny Neal Shults has over 20 years of experience working and consulting with service organizations across the country to develop sound, innovative, measurable, engaging, and respectful strategies for engaging with key, vulnerable populations.
Kenny specializes in public health and behavior-change program and curriculum development surrounding a variety of at-risk populations, including adolescents, men who have sex with men (MSM), intravenous drug users (IDU), homeless and runaway teens, lgb and trans populations.
Kenny has been a pioneer in the development of Internet and social media-based approaches and travels the U.S. lecturing and training on social marketing for public health, using the internet to reach youth and MSM, and the impacts of new media on public and mental health and at-risk-population behavior. Read more>>