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Duke University
Technology to Enable Adolescent Peer Mentoring for NIH-Funded R01
Duke University researchers and clinicians are utilizing InquisitHealth’s technology platform to facilitate peer support to help Adolescents and Young Adults (AYAs) in managing childhood-onset chronic conditions such as sickle cell disease, cancer, lupus and chronic kidney disease.
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Parent Mentoring for Pediatric Asthma
Healthfirst, New York’s largest not-for-profit health insurer, has partnered with InquisitHealth to improve health outcomes for pediatric asthma through parent-to-parent asthma mentoring.
6 Qualities That Make Someone A Standout Team Member

All throughout graduate school, and really long before that, I always assumed that everyone around me was super competent, highly motivated, and very hard working. It wasn’t until we started hiring for my company, InquisitHealth, that I realized there’s a lot more variability than I had expected. And so surrounding myself with those types of team members wasn’t […]

National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs: Putting Care at the Center
November 14, 2019 Memphis, Tennessee
“The Effectiveness of Peer Mentors to Identify and Address Unmet Social Determinants of Health”
4th Annual Summit on the Social Determinants of Health, The Root Cause Coalition
October 21, 2019 San Diego, California
“The Power of Peers: Impacting the Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health through a Health System - Technology Partnership”
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Diabetes Peer Mentoring for Home Care Workers
The 1199SEIU Home Care Benefit Fund, part of one of the largest self-insured labor management funds in the US, works with InquisitHealth to provide a robust Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program for Home Care members with poorly-managed diabetes.
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NYC Health + Hospitals
Diabetes Peer-to-Peer Mentoring with Public Hospital System
NYC Health + Hospitals (H+H), the largest public hospital system in the US, has teamed up with InquisitHealth to provide 1-on-1 Peer-to-Peer Mentoring in order to bridge the gaps between appointments for the city’s most vulnerable populations.
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Hypertension + Diabetes Peer Mentoring Program
1199SEIU Benefit and Pension Fund, one of the largest self-insured unions in the US, has partnered with InquisitHealth to provide peer-to-peer mentoring for its members living poorly-controlled diabetes and hypertension.
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National Kidney Foundation
Peer-to-Peer Support for Dialysis and Kidney Transplant
The National Kidney Foundation (NKF), a national patient foundation dedicated to the awareness, prevention, and treatment of kidney disease, utilizes InquisitHealth’s PeerStrong™ platform to help streamline, monitor, and manage its national NKFPeers™ peer support program.
Company Updates
Building the SDOH Solutions Community with Patchwise Labs

We’re excited to be part of the inaugural Patchwise Labs community. Over the past several years, we’ve been heads down, working to more fully understand the science of peer-to-peer mentoring by leading real-world implementations across multiple diseases. Working with patient foundations, research organizations, pharma, health plans, and health systems we’ve proven positive clinical outcomes by addressing barriers related […]

Antidote To The Anti-Vaccination Movement: Peer-to-Peer Mentoring

One of the greatest challenges we face in the healthcare industry is understanding how to talk convincingly with parents in the anti-vaccination movement. “Anti-vaxxers” believe in abstaining from vaccinations and regular vaccine schedules for fear of them causing autism and other side effects in their children. This anti-vaxxer movement has grown in force, despite the […]

The One Value That Theranos Got Wrong

I first saw Elizabeth Holmes, CEO of Theranos, speak at a Wired Health conference in 2013. She was the highlight of the event, an underdog with a game-changing technology that could improve millions of lives and disrupt the entire blood testing industry. David taking on Goliath. In 2015, The Wall Street Journal uncovered the truth, Theranos […]

UCSF: SOLVE Health Tech Accelerator for Health Equity
May 21, 2019 San Francisco, CA
Effectiveness of peer-to-peer mentoring to engage low-income diverse populations, improve clinical outcomes and help reduce the $500+ billion spent annually by Medicaid.
Engaging the Hardly Reached* Patient

InquisitHealth leads new cross-sector partnerships to engage “hardly reached” patient populations living with chronic diseases to address their underlying social determinants of health, while promoting healthy behavior change. Watch a real-life case study: Meet Deborah. Our results suggest that for safety net populations, addressing these two factors together is the best way to improve their health; on […]