What We Do

Systemic racism has had a profound impact on the 3E’s—environment, education, and economics—and these three factors can significantly influence the health outcomes of Black communities. Uzima strives to measure and manipulate the 3E’s to promote health equity and ensure that Black communities have access to the resources they need to achieve optimal health.

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Health Disparities Are Driven by Social and Economic Inequities

KFF, an authority in health policy research and polling, reveals that health and healthcare disparities are driven by a multitude of factors, both clinical and non-clinical, and therefore must be addressed holistically.

Health Disparities are Driven by Social and Economic Inequities

* Graphic is courtesy of KFF.

Uzima in Action

Dr. K. maintains meaningful relationships with Black medical experts and other high-profile stakeholders in the government and private sectors. This broad access empowers Uzima Health & Wellness to offer targeted survey solutions to collect crucial data about issues that affect Black communities and drive inequitable health outcomes. Uzima can help your organization gather data to shape and promote your health equity programs, delivering the results our Black communities need and deserve. Here’s how:

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Surveys and Program Consulting

Access Dr. K’s extensive health equity experience and community reach for designing surveys that yield powerful quantitative and qualitative insights.

Focus group data acquisition can help you create robust outreach initiatives.


Expert Access

Access Dr. K’s network of prominent Black physicians, community connections, and educational institutions to inform health equity campaigns that resonate with your target audience.

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Dissemination Channels

Join the Uzima Health Equity Directory to leverage our connections.

Take advantage of Uzima’s extensive conversation-starting videos, podcasts, blogs, and other educational resources.

Our Partners

Uzima collaborates with a select group of organizations dedicated to advancing health equity for Black communities and continues to look for opportunities to foster relationships that can help bring awareness to the root causes of health disparities that exist today. The Uzima Health Equity Directory highlights our partners, helping them increase their reach in the Black community.

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Rodham Institute

Morgan State University

Morgan State University

L.A.C.E. Up Leading Athletes to Continued Excellence

L.A.C.E. UP — Leading Athletes to Continued Excellence

The Satcher Health Leadership Institute

The Satcher Health Leadership Institute

NDA Health Now

NDA Health Now

Louisiana State University Health

Louisiana State
University Health

The Links Incorporated, DMV Chapter

The Links Incorporated, DMV Chapters

Together We Have the Power to Make a Positive Impact. Connect With Us and Start the Conversation.

The enormous issue of racial health equity can only be addressed through partnership and collaboration. By connecting you with Black communities, Uzima can be your key strategic partner in the mission to create equitable and fair health outcomes for all. Contact us to start the conversation.

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