Meet the Founder

PRN365 Understands

Joining together makes our communities stronger, our clients healthier, and helps us remain resilient professionals.

My name is Cindy and I am the founder of Professional Resource Network 365. Having grown up in the rural Methow Valley of North Central Washington, I learned the meaning of community and helping your neighbor.  As an experienced Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I am fully invested in helping rural health care professionals thrive in today's challenging times. 

Changes to billing practices are occurring in the healthcare system. These changes directly affect how you, as a social service professional, can economically and efficiently serve your clients’ needs.

As the US healthcare system moves from a fee-for-service model to a value-based-service model, the change challenges providers to prove the value of their care. An important aspect of value-based healthcare, is more comprehensive coordinated care for each client.

Coordinated care requires having easily accessible, accurate and up-to-date resources and referrals for your clients. Coordinated care also means that you will need more time to spend with each client.

Accurate and current social service resources and referrals are difficult to find in a simple, easy to use, up-to-date, convenient, and all inclusive resource directory. Professionals like us spend many unpaid hours searching for relevant resources. In addition, organizations providing community resources commonly do not have large marketing budgets, and have difficulty letting others know about the valuable resources they offer.  Through PRN365, we can pool our resources and create stronger communities.

Why I developed PRN365

PRN365 will free your valuable time, build efficient teams, and connect you to your professional communities.

Join PRN365 today and be part of the solution 

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