Identify inclusive providers.

Violet Benchmarks are the first standardized measure of provider cultural competence.

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Powering inclusive care for the industry’s leading organizations.

Northwell Health
Thirty Madison
One Medical

Identity-centered care is more important than ever.

Traditionally, the health care system has relied on a provider’s own lived experience to ensure cultural competence. Health care organizations want to hire clinicians of diverse backgrounds, but systemic limitations make it hard to identify them.

“[Getting benchmarked] really challenged me to seek out areas where I need more training. For instance, I thought I had a large amount of training in the LGBTQ+ community and quickly realized that I wasn’t close to where I needed or wanted to be!”

Health coach, Brightline

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A proven methodology.

Our evidence-based proprietary framework was developed by Violet's in-house clinical and research teams using decades worth of scientific literature.

  • 01 — Work experience
  • 02 — Education
  • 03 — Lived experience
  • 04 — Communities of interest
  • 05 — Self-efficacy
How we validated Violet Benchmarks.

Expand your ability to care for diverse patients.

Cultural competence is a skill—by quantifying it, Violet is uncovering more care resources for culturally diverse patients. Violet Benchmarks unlock up to 3x more inclusive providers beyond self-attested lived experience. See how Violet expanded Octave’s inclusivity within the first assessment.

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Addressing widespread inequities among diverse communities.

We assess provider cultural competence in communities that routinely experience the consequences of systemic health inequities.

Racial inequity.

In an October 2020 poll, 7 of 10 Black Americans say they’re treated unfairly by the health care system and 55% percent say they distrust it.

Source: The Commonwealth Fund

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Sexual orientation inequity.

6 out of 10 LGBTQ+ youth said that someone attempted to convince them to change their sexual orientation or gender identity.

Source: The Trevor Project

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Gender identity inequity.

1 in 3 transgender patients had to teach their doctor about transgender individuals in order to receive appropriate care.

Source: The Trevor Project

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Partners like Brightline and NOCD proudly display Violet’s Inclusive Provider Organization badge on their websites to ensure their patients and the health care industry know about their commitment to building health equity.

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