We’ve standardized culturally competent care for diverse communities.
Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Queer communities.
Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming communities.
By 2045, half of all Americans will have at least one or more diverse identities, including race, sexual orientation, gender identity, and more.
But, health disparities continue to affect folks of BIPOC, LGBQ, and TGNC communities.
In 2020, racial health disparities alone led to 3.5 million life years lost.
Black and Indigenous people have 2-3x a higher mortality rate during childbirth.
Transgender patients are 10% less likely to get routine check ups, and 29% of transgender patients were even refused to be seen by their providers.
Latine/x populations have the highest uninsured rates amongst any racial group, sitting at 20% uninsured in 2019.
Now is the time to start delivering inclusive care.
We believe that a clinician’s cultural competence is an essential component for providing the right care—especially for patients from culturally diverse communities. Patients must be able to bring all of their identities to their clinicians to receive the care they deserve.
That’s why we’ve created the first-ever infrastructure for inclusive care. By benchmarking cultural competence for providers and by providing educational pathways for providers to upskill, we’re democratizing the data across the health care industry, making it easier than ever for patients to find the providers who get them.
Want to help your patients access the care they deserve?
Help us address inequities in the health care system by delivering inclusive care.