Creating a more equitable and inclusive healthcare system

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Our Approach to Health Equity


Engage your staff with an introduction to HUED and prioritizing Culturally Sensitive Care as a strategic imperative to your organization's core values.


HUED's Educational Content Library Includes:

  • Mini video lectures
  • Self Guided Courses
  • Physician and patient guides
  • Live webinars


HUED's directory connects Black, Latinx, and Indigenous people with culturally sensitive medical professionals and provides evaluations of the Physician experience and quality of care.


HUED's feedback loops allow for transparency in the physician's education and the patient's experience.

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HUED seeks to radically shift the U.S. healthcare system toward culturally humble, inclusive, and equitable care.


We are committed to creating more equitable and inclusive healthcare experiences through education and access.

Increasing Access to Quality Care

We must acknowledge the link between race and poor health to meet our nation's daunting health equity challenge.

Black and Latinx Americans experience 30-40% poorer health outcomes than white Americans every year.
Infant mortality rates are over two times higher for blacks.
Black children have a 500% higher death rate from asthma compared with white children.
Black and Latinx Americans made up 58% of all patients hospitalized for COVID-19, and 53% of those who died from the disease.
Black people have higher rates of diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease than other groups.

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