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Healthy Communities

Leveraging Digital Health 

“When we build back our communities, we must be inclusive. It's not enough to deliver the right medical care, it must be integrated with a social care system that supports the communities we serve.”

~ Karen B. DeSalvo, M.D., M.P.H., M.Sc.

Products & Services

Our Services

Virtual Care Platform

Leverage our multilingual Virtual Care Platform to support patients, health professionals, hospital systems, and communities.

eLearning & Training

Establish community-led public health initiatives through cutting-edge digital technology and evidence-based eLearning pedagogy.

Data Analytics

& Insights

Machine Learning & NLP

Integrate information and evidence from various local and regional data sources and formulate complex predictive models when appropriate.​

Social Factors
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Impact Areas

Health Literacy and
Language Barriers
  • Increase personal connection with patients

  • Enable positive behavior change

  • Support participant retention

  • Identify other barriers to care

Access to Virtual Care
and Online Training
  • Increase access to care services

  • Improve service quality and productivity

  • Optimize interagency collaborations

  • Encourage life-long learning

Community Outreach
and Engagement
  • Community-led design and intervention 

  • Build trust and relationships

  • Bridge health and social care sectors

  • Foster inclusion and participation to reflect the makeup of the population at large

Community Insights
and Development
  • Focus on key actionable measures

  • Uncover data intersectionality

  • Document inequities and take action

  • Tailored-access to essential data (dashboards)

  • Evidence-informed decision making


“Koalingo helped us bring together the community to design a health literacy app that is increasing health equity.”

Executive Director
Public Health Coalition

Seattle, WA

Emerging digital health solutions support vulnerable communities impacted by COVID-19

The current COVID-19 pandemic has amplified pre-existing barriers to quality healthcare, especially when it comes to the delivery of healthcare services. Thus, a variety of digital health solutions are being designed and implemented to address these challenges.


Nevertheless, many communities still lack access to these technologies, raising questions regarding how digital health can actually help increase access to adequate healthcare without simultaneously exacerbating chronic health inequities.

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