Our response to COVID-19
The novel Coronavirus COVID-19 has spread very rapidly worldwide and is the cause of a large number of deaths. As evident in this global pandemic, we are as strong as our weakest links. As Amah Health continues to work on solutions to address uncontrolled chronic conditions that disproportionally impact the diverse minority communities, here is a comprehensive guide from the CDC on ways to protect yourself and your loved ones. Multiple languages are available in Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese.
Older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions including uncontrolled diabetes or serious heart conditions might be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Again, steps you can take are:
It is a difficult time for everyone. If you need help or know someone who does, there are helps available:
Stay safe. Stay well.
We will get through this.
Team Amah Health
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.
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.