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The Renewal Project Features Article Written by Abner Mason
July 30, 2018
“A recent study found that 47 percent of patients and 42 percent of doctors surveyed believed that health care did not generally provide compassionate care,” Abner Mason states in an article he wrote for the Renewal Project, an offshoot of The Atlantic. The solution, he believes, is integrating technology and compassion so that doctors can engage patients where they are by acknowledging who they are. In this way, patients can become active drivers of their own health and doctors can better care for underserved and at-risk patients. By using technology to increase compassion in healthcare, ConsejoSano helps provide care for everybody, no matter their culture, language or where they live. The future of healthcare must include everyone. Regardless of who they are.

A Hopeful Prognosis: The Large and Growing Ecosystem of Black &...
June 25, 2018
“We don’t know any.” That is the oft-heard refrain from decision-makers who would like to build more diverse and inclusive companies, but find it challenging to identify highly qualified job candidates from underrepresented groups. The healthcare and wellness space is not immune to this refrain. However, as many people learned at this year’s Culture Shifting Weekend Silicon Valley (CSW), there are thousands of innovative professionals of color in the healthcare industry who are leveraging technology to benefit the health and wellness of individuals across our nation, and around the world.

ConsejoSano CEO Abner Mason Presents at TEDMED 2017
May 21, 2018
Today's doctors are practicing in a country that's increasingly bilingual and multicultural, however our healthcare system hasn't kept up with this changing American landscape. ConsejoSano, led by Founder and CEO Abner Mason, is working to change that with their more inclusive vision for healthcare. Check out Abner's 2017 TEDMED Hive Talk to learn how the company is designing patient engagement and care navigation solutions that help doctors activate their multicultural, at-risk, and underserved patient populations to better engage with the healthcare system.

ConsejoSano Team Nominated for Healthcare Leadership Awards
May 21, 2018

“What we’re focused on is connecting with people, who they are, seeing them as unique individuals, starting with culture, and then engaging them and navigating them so they can access healthcare.” -Abner Mason, CEO of ConsejoSano

ConsejoSano CEO Abner Mason Featured at PULSE Summit
May 21, 2018

“We should be connecting with people, keeping their culture in mind, to help them because people shouldn’t have to settle for poor quality services just because they might a low income.” -Abner Mason, CEO of ConsejoSano. The Atlantic’s PULSE Summit in April, 2018

May 10, 2018
For non-English speakers, telehealth startup ConsejoSano makes navigating our complicated healthcare system a little bit easier...

May 10, 2018
Coverage Is Confusing for Non-English Speakers...

Providing Essential Health Care Solutions for Multicultural Communi...
May 10, 2018
ConsejoSano is a healthcare company bridging the gap between information and access for multicultural people navigating the complex health care system in the United States. The Spanish ‘ConsejoSano’ translates to “healthy advice.” This aptly named company provides exactly that...

ConsejoSano CEO Abner Mason Joins United States Of Care FounderR...
February 08, 2018
Top Los Angeles Minority Entrepreneur Among Prestigious Group of Leaders at New Non-Profit Centered on Improving American Healthcare

Health advocates discuss the challenges and opportunities of Medica...
January 25, 2018
ConsejoSano, a multicultural patient engagement platform for underserved populations, brought together leading health advocates to discuss the future of Medicaid. The event featured opening remarks from Andy Slavitt, former Administrator of Medicaid and Medicare, as well as an esteemed group of panelists from across the healthcare spectrum. Among the key topics at the event was the power and importance of healthcare technology in underserved communities, in addition to the challenges and opportunities ahead for Medicaid.