The Power of Data and Building Capacity to Strengthen Operations


Greg Prosser

Vice President of Product Strategy, CaseWorthy, Inc.

About Greg

As Vice President of Product Strategy at CaseWorthy, Inc., Greg oversees the organization’s strategic product initiatives. Greg has more than 20 years of leadership experience working within the aging services network.  He has worked on strategic partnerships and data analysis projects with Meals on Wheels America, Brown University, and the West Health Institute in addition to the countless organizations that lean on his institutional knowledge and understanding of best practices for data management. Before joining CaseWorthy, Greg was CEO and President of Accessible Solutions, Inc. for more than 20 years.

Anita Frankhauser

Neighborly Care Network

About Anita

Anita Frankhauser is a registered dietitian and nutrition director for Neighborly Care Network, Meals on Wheels Pinellas County. Neighborly Senior Care Network is a private, non-profit organization serving seniors in Pinellas County, Florida, since 1966. Neighborly provides Adult Day Care and Transportation in addition to its nutrition programs.  Anita has conducted public speaking engagements at national organizations, such as Meals on Wheels America and is considered an innovator by her peers.


Data is a catalyst for informing strategic planning, business decisions, evidence-based practices, and articulating impact. Community services organizations are at a pivotal moment in terms of cultivating opportunities to ensure ongoing growth.

Webinar attendees will explore the “Power of Data” and learn innovative strategies to support their efforts in building capacity and infrastructure to strengthen their business operations and management practices. As such, interoperability is a powerful, yet complicated capability that directly strengthens your data management capabilities.  Data integration helps organizations respond to this vulnerable population and the unprecedented demand for services while increased operational costs are at an all-time high.

Attendees will discover new approaches on leveraging data to inform new strategic partnerships, develop innovative collaborations, and create programming that aligns with the social determinants of health.


  • Demonstrate the importance of using data to inform strategic planning, business decisions, and evidence-based practices.
  • Provide examples of how to develop data management practices to streamline operations to promote efficiency.
  • Explore examples of how to structure data to ensure reliability and to maximize outcome reporting and program impact.