Our Website Was Inspired By Social Health Justice Advisors Like:
Dr. Gerald W. Deas, M.D., MPH, MA. Hon. D.Sc. Physician, poet, patient advocate, playwright, media personality, political activist, public health justice crusader is all of these, and more. He has battled major companies and organized whole communities to protect the public’s health.
Dr. Gerald Whitehead Deas, former Director of Health Education Communications and Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine at SUNY Downstate Medical School, was acknowledged for his career to advocating for public health in underserved, disadvantaged and undervalued communities.
Dr. Deas is a pioneering public health advocate who was among the first physicians to use the power of the media to improve public health, and in 2019, was awarded an honorary doctorate of science at the 52nd commencement of SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
Our Website Was Inspired By Business Management Icons Like:
Dr. Harold Lazarus PHD, 1963, Columbia University; MS, 1952, Columbia University; BA, 1949, New York University (NYU)
Chairman and Professor Emeritus of Management and Entrepreneurship Dr. Lazarus is a former colleague of world famous Peter Drucker — known as the Father of Modern Management.
A former Dean of Hofstra University’s School of Business for seven years, Dr. Lazarus has taught at some of the most prestigious Graduate business schools in the U.S. Including Columbia University Graduate School of Business, Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration, Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, American College and The New School.
An organization development consultant, Dr. Lazarus lectured in Europe, Asia, and North and South America on leadership, managing time, managing change, effective meetings, problem solving, decision making and communications.
Dr. Lazarus was president of the North American Management Council and was president of the Middle Atlantic Association of Colleges of Business Administration and the Eastern Academy of Management. He is a fellow of the International Academy of Management.
Lennox K. Archibald, MD, PhD, FRCP (Lond), FRCP (Glasg), DTM&H
Dr. Archibald received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University. He received his medical degree from University College Hospital in London and his doctorate from the University of London. He completed postgraduate training in internal and tropical medicine in London, Oxford and Liverpool.
Dr. Archibald served at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for seven years as an epidemic intelligence service (EIS) officer, medical epidemiologist and medical director of the epidemic information exchange in the National Center for Infectious Diseases.
At CDC, Dr. Archibald carried out numerous outbreak investigations of healthcare-associated infections. His investigation of allograft-associated clostridium infection was published in The New England Journal of Medicine in June 2004 and postoperative allograft-associated infections published in Clinical Infectious Diseases in July 2005.
Dr. Katrina DeVinci, RN, Ph.D. MSN, ANP, PMTC Capella University
Author: How Does Sensitivity Training of Health Care Workers Impact Patient Satisfaction?
Dr. DeVince is a registered nurse, and currently work as a nurse educator. She obtained a Master in nursing Science from Adelphi University in 1999 and specialize as an adult nurse practitioner. She completed her undergraduate degree in nursing in 1996 at St Joseph College.
Dr. DeVince worked and trained nurses at New York City Health & Hospitals – the largest municipal health system in the United States.
She worked in Queens, New York – the most ethnically diverse county in the United States. She has a proven track record of serving patients and families and training nurses who live and work in underserved, disadvantaged and undervalued communities.
Publications Dr. Jane Maestro-Scherer, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Owner: Maestro-Scherer Consulting Inc. / Cornell University Affiliate
Self-Informing Organizational Change: A Participatory Method of Data Collection, Analysis and Action…
Robert E. Rich and Jane B. Maestro-Scherer
This article describes a participatory method that utilizes the internal resources of organizations along with the expertise of external collaborators to systematically study and address issues of concern.
It combines the “common sense” of the organization with a “scientific” approach in the development of a body of systematic knowledge representative of the organization as a whole (as opposed to anecdotal or non-holistic) that is then used to develop action strategies.
Technology in Organizational Learning: Using High Tech for High Touch.
This study describes the use of technology to enhance an experiential adult learning process, which occurred in a participatory organizational climate assessment. In this case, computer software and hardware capabilities enabled greater hands-on involvement by employees, and promoted the self-discovery of knowledge that was then converted into action strategies for organizational improvement..
Our Satisfactologist and Health Care Transformation Futurist Jerry Wesley,
Jerry Wesley, CCDP/AP Cornell University
Jerry Wesley, received certification from Cornell as a Cornell Certified Diversity Advanced Practitioner. Jerry Wesley is the founder of Get Healthier Care Together Inc. Jerry is also a Satisfactologist and Change Leader with more than 30 years of award-winning health care experience. He has a passionate purpose for transforming people, organizations and service delivery business models.
Jerry is also a former Sr. Management Consultant at NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation (NYC H+H) – the largest municipal health system in the United States, and a Master Trainer who personally trained thousands of health care professionals at all levels of care – executives, clinical, and non-clinical staff.
Jerry is also a contributing recipient of the coveted Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award – the nation’s highest quality honor.
The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award was established by the U.S. Congress to promote improved quality of goods and services in U.S. companies and organizations. The goal of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Improvement Act of 1987 (Public Law 100-107) was to enhance the competitiveness of U.S. businesses.
The Baldrige Program oversees the nation’s only Presidential award for performance excellence while offering a wide array of award-winning products and services.
Dr. Anthony Iroh has a seat at the corporate table and is responsible for the development of our population health businesses strategy, sustainability, organizational development, organization design, change management, and social responsibility.
He provides the Board, Founder and Management Team with a strategic organizational effectiveness look at their decision making process. He also track and measure organizational overall performance in achieving population health aims and goals.
Mikel Brabham, B.S., Health and Wellness, University of Phoenix
B.S., Business Administration & MBA, Elizabeth City State University
Working with the Founder, Board, and the Chief Effectiveness Officer, Mikel Brabham sets the course of Get Healthier Care Together Inc., and provides advice on the practicality of the board’s vision and actions, based on her knowledge of the organization’s budget, resources and staff expertise.
Mikel oversees the day-to-day operations of the organization once the board approves annual plans, budgets and other macro strategies. Mikel also work with the board to let it know what initiatives the organization can realistically pursue, as well as what needs the organization has that board members can communicate to their donor contacts.
We take great comfort, pride and value in stamping our Care Healthfully™ Training and Service Brand on all we say and do. Make no mistake, our Care Healthfully™ Training and Service Brand is the exact perception we want everyone to hold in their head and hearts about us -- about our Brooklyn e-Transformation Health Imperative™, our donation projects, our services, our training and development continuums, our organization, our cause, and our ideas. Care Healthfully™ is the healthiest way to do business in the value-based preventive health era. “Healthifying Care At Work™” is the deliberate and skillful application of effort and affect that goes into creating an organic, human connection between our company and every community and customer we serve.