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"How I'm Building" with Abner Mason of SameSky Health
Abner Mason, Founder and CEO of SameSky Health, talks with Onboard Health about the ever changing field of health equity spanning his decades in the field.
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"How I'm Building" with Jessica Halem, MBA
Jessica Halem, MBA talks with Onboard Health about the changes she has seen over her twenty year career, the usefulness of humor in every interaction, and the Golden Age of Television.
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"How I'm Building" with Susan E. Schaffler of Bento
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“How I’m Building” with Javier Evelyn of Alerje
Javier Evelyn talks with Onboard Health about health equity, snacks, and building Alerje.
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“How I’m Building” with Félix Manuel Chinea of Doximity
As healthcare is projected to account for a third of new employment in the next decade, we have the opportunity to build health into our society with new models of care and access; address the social determinants of health head-on; and revolutionize chronic disease and mental health.
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“How I’m Building" with Ivelyse Andino: On Representation in Medicine and Scientific Fluency
As healthcare is projected to account for a third of new employment in the next decade, we have the opportunity to build health into our society with new models of care and access; address the social determinants of health head-on; and revolutionize chronic disease and mental health.
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How Does an Equity-Centered Mentoring Program Succeed?
At Onboard Health, we believe diverse companies win. We work with organizations to build equitable health innovation through powerful, inclusive teams and cultures of impact.
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How Race-Related Stress Impacts Employees and What Companies Can Do to Help
It is no longer a secret that racism causes stress. Since the murder of George Floyd, the globe has erupted in protest. Many individuals who were previously unaware of systemic racism are now unpacking its traumatizing and often deadly impact.
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“Why are They Acting Like Animals?”: A Statement on Recent Protests
“Why are they acting like animals?!” For some, this question is raised when a news station covers a store with broken windows, graffiti reading “Black Lives Matter” and burned businesses.
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Gendered Ageism, Dollars, and Sense
It’s Women’s History Month and if history has shown us anything, it’s that women are well-equipped to lead and excel at any age.
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"How I'm Building" with Dr. Emily Anhalt of Coa
Onboard Health talks with Dr. Emily Anhalt about the importance of emotional fitness.
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"How I'm Building" with Shaun Chavis of LVNGBook
Shaun Chavis talks with Onboard Health about the importance of food not just for our health, but as part of our culture.
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"How I'm Building" with Jessica Halem, MBA
Jessica Halem, MBA talks with Onboard Health about the changes she has seen over her twenty year career, the usefulness of humor in every interaction, and the Golden Age of Television.
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"How I'm Building" with Susan E. Schaffler of Bento
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"How I'm Building" with Glasha Marcon of Nuna
Glasha Marcon talks with Onboard Health about making high-quality healthcare affordable and accessible for all.
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“How I’m Building” with Javier Evelyn of Alerje
Javier Evelyn talks with Onboard Health about health equity, snacks, and building Alerje.
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“How I’m Building” with Ashlee Wisdom of Health in Her HUE
Ashlee Wisdom talks with Onboard Health about creating lasting change in our society for a more equitable future of health.
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“How I’m Building” with Félix Manuel Chinea of Doximity
As healthcare is projected to account for a third of new employment in the next decade, we have the opportunity to build health into our society with new models of care and access; address the social determinants of health head-on; and revolutionize chronic disease and mental health.
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“How I’m Building" with Ivelyse Andino: On Representation in Medicine and Scientific Fluency
As healthcare is projected to account for a third of new employment in the next decade, we have the opportunity to build health into our society with new models of care and access; address the social determinants of health head-on; and revolutionize chronic disease and mental health.
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How Does an Equity-Centered Mentoring Program Succeed?
At Onboard Health, we believe diverse companies win. We work with organizations to build equitable health innovation through powerful, inclusive teams and cultures of impact.
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Healthcare Loops Make Us Sick
Have you ever called a customer service line with an automated list of options to choose from and after having listened to all the options (because the options have changed!) you select the one that you think is the one you need which then leads you to another set of options.
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How Race-Related Stress Impacts Employees and What Companies Can Do to Help
It is no longer a secret that racism causes stress. Since the murder of George Floyd, the globe has erupted in protest. Many individuals who were previously unaware of systemic racism are now unpacking its traumatizing and often deadly impact.
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“How I’m Building” with Antionette Carroll: Equity-Centered Community Design through Powershifting and Accountability
As healthcare is projected to account for a third of new employment in the next decade, we have the opportunity to build health into our society with new models of care and access; address the social determinants of health head-on; and revolutionize chronic disease and mental health.
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Unprecedented, But Not Unpredictable: COVID-19 and the Food Insecurity Crisis
In 2019, 4.3 billion meals were distributed to more than 40 million Americans through a network of 200 food banks and 60,000 pantries, schools, soup kitchens and shelters, according to Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization.
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Healthcare Leaders, C-suite Executives and Digital Health Investors: Your Public Statements Against Racism are Great. But, here are some steps to take.
Many of us who have been screaming for health justice are people of color, people from diverse backgrounds and/or people that have dedicated their entire career in improving public health. The problem we face as innovators and/or activists in our fight for health equity is a lack of support from provider systems, payer systems, digital health investors and incubators etc.
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“Why are They Acting Like Animals?”: A Statement on Recent Protests
“Why are they acting like animals?!” For some, this question is raised when a news station covers a store with broken windows, graffiti reading “Black Lives Matter” and burned businesses.
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“How I’m Building” with Cristian Liu
As healthcare is projected to account for a third of new employment in the next decade, we have the opportunity to build health into our society with new models of care and access; address the social determinants of health head-on; and revolutionize chronic disease and mental health.
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Designing for Inclusion in Health: A Virtual SXSW 2020 Panel
The hosts of Designing for Inclusion in Health Innovation put its theme to the test last week. The event was scheduled to take place at the SXSW conference in Austin, TX., now canceled in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. Without missing a beat, the team quickly pivoted to an online format open to anyone who wished to register.
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Gendered Ageism, Dollars, and Sense
It’s Women’s History Month and if history has shown us anything, it’s that women are well-equipped to lead and excel at any age.