• Uncover Bio-Psycho-Social Determinants of Health

    Health Equity through Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Assessments for
    Positive Behavioral Change

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  • Diagnostic Tools for Diverse Populations

    All cultures have a system of health beliefs that explains why the disease, how it should be treated, and who should be involved. While no cultural groups are homogeneous, they may hold beliefs and practices in common.


    Amah offers culturally and linguistically appropriate psychometric diagnostic tools to improve medication adherence among minority populations with chronic conditions.


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  • Benefits

    We base our solutions on decades of research in behavioral science and evidence-based interventions.

    Our team speaks the language of research, healthcare, technology, and the communities we represent.

    Gain Actionable Insights

    We develop culturally appropriate diagnostic assessment tools to enable health organizations to categorize and track multicultural, including Less English Proficient (LEP), populations’ beliefs and barriers about health behaviors.

    Improve Quality of Life

    We address patients' interpretation of body, self, and identity to help coaches and care managers become trusted partners of patients and family.

    Improve Medication Adherence

    Our tools feature built-in cultural and linguistic insights that help decrease health disparities among ethnic minorities with chronic conditions.

    Prevent Avoidable ER Trips and Admissions

    Our tools improve cross-cultural patient-provider communication which leads to improved satisfaction, adherence, and consequently fewer ER trips and avoidable admissions.

  • Contact Us

    Amah helps you better engage multicultural populations and drive results.

    3033 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60657
    Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm
  • Join Us to Improve Engagement and Outcomes

    Amah means “Grandma” in Taiwanese.

    We are on a mission to promote the health and well-being of our grandmas, grandpas, moms, dads, and friends in this multicultural society.