Historically underserved populations including people of color, rural residents, and others are less likely to receive the vaccine than higher-income, more privileged and urban residents.
Historically, previous health and socioeconomic policies have left a lasting impact where low-income and the underprivileged have endured the effects of concentrated poverty, environmental hazards, and limited access to good schools, jobs, and health care.
With Innoculate, we are working to directly address these preventable and distressing differences.
We enable vaccinations at multiple locations in a community. Little Mira can get her vaccine and stay in school!
Use mobile enabled tablets to bring care to the nursing facility — not just for Grandpa Joe, but also for all his friends. Including screening for:
Preventative care will result in a decrease in using emergency services and overall savings for state Medicare programs.
See the steps in this solution flowchart.
Note: The solution can be customized for each customer’s flow design and can range from a standard inoculation to mass vaccination drive-through clinics.
1 Texas Health Institute. “Advancing Health Equity in Nueces County: Amid and Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic.” April 2021, page 9.
2 Texas Health Institute. “Advancing Health Equity in Nueces County: Amid and Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic.” April 2021, page 8.
3 Robb Butler. “Vaccine Hesitancy: what it means and what we need to know in order to tackle it.” March 2022, page 2.