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HACE Makes a Difference For Latinos, Covid Got Me and At-Home Hospitalization Is Not an Oxymoron
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Patricia Mota is the President and CEO of The Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE).
HACE cultivates the pipeline of Latino talent and provides insight, access, and support for them to be successful in their careers.
HACE’s programs include leadership development, coaching, mentoring, and networking events.
The organization has a reach of nearly 100,000 individuals and nearly 200 corporate partners across the United States and 13 countries.
Under Mota’s leadership, HACE grew revenue by over 10x and the people reached by over 5x in just eight years.
One of HACE’s core pillars is its pipeline and leadership development programs.
Mota believes that true impact and transformation do not happen unless through an intentional model that builds a community of trust, self-awareness, and honing an authentic self in roles.
Patricia discussed the importance of self-awareness in leadership development, the power of networking and building strategic relationships, and launching programs even if they are not perfect.
Mota highlights the importance of embracing diversity and building inclusive spaces.
Individuals and companies can join HACE through their website or events.
After avoiding covid for over three years, it caught me. Gail, my wife, also tested positive but is virtually symptom-free. Let’s just say I’m not. Coincidentally, our son, who lives 2500 miles away, tested positive at the same time!
So, please share your covid experiences with one another while I go take a nap!
Dr. Christine Lum Lung is the founder and CEO of Origin Healthcare, which provides in-home medical care.
Origin Healthcare uses a hybrid model of care that combines in-person visits with remote patient monitoring and telehealth.
This model is 40% safer, 30-40% more affordable, and results in better outcomes.
Providing care in a familiar and comfortable environment can prevent adverse events and complications that occur in hospitals.
Patients often experience better outcomes and are at lower risk of hospital-acquired infections when cared for at home.
Technology like telehealth and remote patient monitoring can make this model of care more efficient.
The cost savings come from avoiding the high fixed costs of a hospital building and from lower utilization of testing and fewer readmissions.
Christine believes her superpower is courage.
She encourages listeners to explore Origin Healthcare and to connect with her on LinkedIn.