HLTH Foundation promotes equity, inclusion and opportunity in healthcare, focusing on underserved patients, healthcare professionals and innovators in digital health and health technology. HLTH Foundation is a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization affiliated with HLTH, Inc.
With a mission to improve gender equity and intersectionality in healthcare leadership, CSweetener offers mentorships to women and non-binary leaders in healthcare, providing them with access to a network of C-level industry luminaries that guide their careers during a year-long tenure with the program. CSweetener is free to all eligible applicants through support from corporate sponsors and the HLTH Foundation, a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization which promotes equity, inclusion and opportunity in healthcare and is affiliated with HLTH, Inc.
accounting for individual, social, environmental and systemic barriers to good health
designed for the individual’s full representation and sense of belonging
removing financial status as a barrier to health
ensuring equitable availability of high quality care
recognizing digital technology as essential to sustainable, equitable healthcare
In the US today, a person’s ability to access affordable, quality healthcare is tied to many factors beyond their control.
Tens of thousands of people go without care or face impossible financial hurdles to good health.
Deep health inequities exist for people of color and those living in poverty.
Americans pay more for healthcare than any other developed nation, with worse outcomes—and costs are unsustainable.
Lack of diversity in healthcare leadership leaves many patients without representation in the dialogue shaping their care.
Homogenous innovation investment perpetuates a cultural blind spot in healthcare transformation, exacerbates unjust access to care improvements and concentrates downstream wealth accumulation in privileged communities.