We are excited to announce that Denise Johnson, MD, FACOG, FACHE will join CCLLC to lead health equity initiatives. Most recently, Dr. Johnson served as the Acting Secretary of Health and Physician General for the State of Pennsylvania, demonstrating exceptional leadership and resiliency during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
"I am very excited to join the dedicated team at Communication and Culture, LLC. Together we will empower organizations to accelerate their efforts to achieve true health equity in their communities," Dr. Johnson.
Inequities in the healthcare system, which currently cost more than $320 billion annually and are projected to reach over $1 trillion by 2040. That's why we are committed to utilizing our expertise in culturally competent health messaging, community education, and partnership development to enable organizations to play an active role in promoting health equity.
Our work aligns with national initiatives, including White House Executive Order 13985, titled "Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Under-served Communities Through the Federal Government." We take pride in our proven track record of working hand-in-hand with diverse communities and fostering partnerships that lead to substantial improvements in health equity.
Our strategies have already made significant contributions to clinical trial recruitment, minority community outreach, and improving access to preventative healthcare. By bridging the gap between communities and healthcare organizations, we facilitate the development of more inclusive and equitable healthcare solutions.
We invite health equity professionals, organization, and advocates to join us on this transformative journey as we work together to reverse the trend of avoidable healthcare costs, reduce health disparities, and pave the way for a healthier, more equitable future for all.
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Together, we can make a meaningful difference.