The only healthcare communications agency
focused solely on reducing disparities
KIMBERLY AND LISA ARE WHY THIS WORKS. THEY HAVE BEEN COLLABORATING FOR THE PAST 5 YEARS TO MAKE CHANGE.
In 2016, they helped launch a campaign to raise awareness about multiple myeloma in the African-American community. Combining Kimberly’s personal story and advocacy experience with Lisa’s expertise in healthcare communications led to the development of Level Health Agency—the first minority-and-women-owned agency dedicated to serving the underserved.
Kimberly Alexander – After losing her husband, former NFL linebacker Elijah Alexander, to myeloma, Kimberly focused her efforts on helping others. She uses her years of experience as an advocate to educate and connect patients and caregivers to resources available to them.
Lisa Gimelli has over 24 years of experience in the healthcare industry across several therapeutic areas. For the past decade, Lisa has been deeply committed to eliminating healthcare disparities.
IT’S TIME TO GO BEYOND THE BROCHURE.
When we’re talking to people about their health,
especially communities who have been abused and let down by the system,
we know the conversations need to be on the level.
Patient, community, and HCP communications
Clinical Trial Outreach
Health disparities present a serious threat to the health and wellness of millions of Americans—our friends, families and communities
In addition to financial costs to the healthcare system, the cost in human lives is intolerable
Research has shown that simple changes to clinical practices and increased knowledge of disparities can improve outcomes
If you’re looking to level with communities who have historically been left out of the healthcare conversation, let’s talk.
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