Scene for heaLth Equity

Advancing health equity and tackling social determinants of health

Among vulnerable groups, social determinants of health (SDOH) such as a lack of safe housing, transportation, education, access to nutritious food, and literacy skills contribute to glaring health disparities. Since our beginning, we have used our platform to address SDOH and advance health equity by supporting and engaging populations that have been historically disadvantaged.

We’re driving change

We improve medication adherence rates in patients with chronic conditions and infectious diseases with special attention to adherence barriers that disproportionately affect vulnerable communities.

COPD
Socioeconomic factors are crucial in shaping racial inequalities in COPD.
Socioeconomic factors are crucial in shaping racial inequalities in COPD.
Socioeconomic factors are crucial in shaping racial inequalities in COPD.
COPD
Asthma
The burden of asthma in the U.S. falls disproportionately on African-Americans, Latin Americans, and American Indian/Alaskan Natives.
The burden of asthma in the U.S. falls disproportionately on African-Americans, Latin Americans, and American Indian/Alaskan Natives.
The burden of asthma in the U.S. falls disproportionately on African-Americans, Latin Americans, and American Indian/Alaskan Natives.
Asthma
Diabetes
African-Americans, Latin Americans, and American Indian/Alaskan Natives are two to six times more likely to experience diabetes.
African-Americans, Latin Americans, and American Indian/Alaskan Natives are two to six times more likely to experience diabetes.
African-Americans, Latin Americans, and American Indian/Alaskan Natives are two to six times more likely to experience diabetes.
Diabetes
Hypertension
African Americans and Asian Americans experience 6x higher rates of hypertension.
African Americans and Asian Americans experience 6x higher rates of hypertension.
African Americans and Asian Americans experience 6x higher rates of hypertension.
Hypertension
Sickle Cell
100k Americans suffer from sickle cell disease, and African Americans are the most commonly affected race.
100k Americans suffer from sickle cell disease, and African Americans are the most commonly affected race.
100k Americans suffer from sickle cell disease, and African Americans are the most commonly affected race.
Sickle Cell
Tuberculosis
89% of tuberculosis cases in the U.S. are racial and ethnic minorities.
89% of tuberculosis cases in the U.S. are racial and ethnic minorities.
89% of tuberculosis cases in the U.S. are racial and ethnic minorities.
Tuberculosis
Transplant
Minorities experience disparities in both solid organ transplant access and outcomes.
Minorities experience disparities in both solid organ transplant access and outcomes.
Minorities experience disparities in both solid organ transplant access and outcomes.
Transplant
HIV
In the U.S., African American and Latin American communities are disproportionately affected by HIV.
In the U.S., African American and Latin American communities are disproportionately affected by HIV.
In the U.S., African American and Latin American communities are disproportionately affected by HIV.
HIV
Substance Use Disorder
Racial/ethnic minorities experience worse substance use disorder treatment outcomes.
Racial/ethnic minorities experience worse substance use disorder treatment outcomes.
Racial/ethnic minorities experience worse substance use disorder treatment outcomes.
Substance Use Disorder
Depression
African Americans and Latin Americans are significantly more likely to experience serious depression.
African Americans and Latin Americans are significantly more likely to experience serious depression.
African Americans and Latin Americans are significantly more likely to experience serious depression.
Depression
Hepatitis C
89% of tuberculosis cases in the U.S. are racial and ethnic minorities.
89% of tuberculosis cases in the U.S. are racial and ethnic minorities.
89% of tuberculosis cases in the U.S. are racial and ethnic minorities.
Hepatitis C

We’re built to reach the unreached

Built for low connectivity

Our program was initially designed to enable public health departments to reach people in remote and rural settings. Through this work, we have extensive experience and expertise in deploying our tech to those with limited data plans, low connectivity, or minimal technology skills.

Available in 20+ languages

Our interface is easy to use for non-English speakers, supporting Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, French, Somali, Tagalog, Nepali, Persian, Arabic, Hindi, and more than 15 other languages.

Highly personalized and convenient

Asynchronous, two-way video is extremely accessible, convenient, and impactful. We believe this medium represents the next frontier of digital health, overcoming literacy, care coordination, and connectivity barriers.

Extra impactful to those who are isolated

Daily check-ins with our care team allow for high-impact engagement that matters for people experiencing loneliness or isolation. We're able to quickly identify and escalate deeper care needs.

Easy to deploy across multiple populations

People with chronic conditions often struggle with comorbidities. We help those suffering from multiple conditions understand their complex medication regimens and learn how to self-manage.

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