Building a Healthcare Equality
Providing free healthcare assistance to underprivileged people with access to resources and opportunities for a healthier tomorrow.
According to the world health organization, digital health literacy is the ability to seek, find, understand, and appraise health information from electronic sources and apply the knowledge gained to address or solve a health problem. One example is the ability to discern reliable online health information and use health and wellness apps. According to the national institute of Health, personal health literacy is the degree to which individuals can find, understand, and use information and services to inform health-related decisions and actions for themselves and others. Examples of personal health literacy include understanding prescription drug instructions, understanding doctors’ directions and consent forms, and the ability to navigate the complex healthcare system. This project focuses on Health literacy workshops/blogs to learn and practice strategies for understanding basic health needs and interacting effectively with doctors to explore healthcare interventions.
The evolving healthcare industry allowed us to provide this service for disadvantaged people. Digital technology makes it easier for healthcare professionals to communicate with their patients, breaking down the barriers that can impede access to medical care. With the help of live video, audio, and instant messaging, patients can now interface with healthcare providers. Virtual care is a way to communicate with patients through video, audio, or instant messaging. In this project, we are the primary once which is going to talk to the patient with the purpose to help them navigate to the proper care or reach out to the right person for them to make pro bono arrangements as per the availability of doctors and the need of the patient in the best possible way.
As women, we take care of everyone. However, we tend to neglect ourselves, especially concerning our health. This project focuses on Women’s Health seminars that provide in-depth learning on various topics of women’s health and health equity. This project aims to inform and empower women to take responsibility for their health, encourage women to understand their health options, and identify services, resources, and products that best help them prevent poor health, which reduces the number of health issues and creates health equity.
If you know any group of people or individuals lacking health awareness resources, we would love to provide free health awareness, education, information, resources, and on-site health screenings.
We can't do this without you
Families affected by delayed healthcare assistance, girls or women who need women’s health education are our priority. If you are a family looking for help, or if you know someone who may benefit from the services, we are eager to hear from you. We also appreciate every volunteer effort. Click the appropriate link below to get in touch.