Health happens in communities.
For over two decades, we’ve worked closely with hospitals and clinics to connect people to essential resources like food, housing and transportation alongside medical care. Today, we’re working both locally and nationally to break down systemic barriers to health.
Health Leads' Artair Rogers points to research showing implicit bias continues to be pervasive in healthcare. For those of us who advocate for the integration of medical and social care, this reality cannot be ignored.
Chief of People and Culture Jennifer Valenzuela and Director of Programs and Initiatives Tigee Hill spoke at the Aspen Challenge and together wrote this blog post for Aspen Challenge, where they pose this, "Did you know that your zip code is the greatest predictor of how long you are expected to live? Not your blood pressure, not your cholesterol levels, not your genetics. Your zip code." Head on over to Aspen Challenge to read the rest of the blog.
Let’s face it: we’re not short on frameworks in healthcare lately! More specifically, the field ...
At this year’s Community Information Exchange Summit, Health Leads will co-present four sessions: Learning What Works: ...
Health Leads’ Richard Porcelli, MA, LMHC and Jennifer Valenzuela, LICSW, MPH are leading the workshop, ...