The New
Culture of Care.

A Message from the Founder

Growing up, I was surrounded by a family that was committed to giving back, and as a result, I have a deep-rooted passion for improving health for all.

I believe that the quality of your healthcare should not be dictated by how much money you make, who you are or where you live. And helping the underserved achieve health equity is what drives me every day.

In 2015, I saw an opportunity to combine my entrepreneurial spirit and my passion for improving the health in underserved communities, so we set out on a bold mission to change healthcare. Equality Health’s tech-enabled cultural care model and integrated healthcare delivery system is setting the bar in reducing health disparities and improving the health of individuals, families, and communities.

However, healthcare alone does not address all the factors that impact the health of individuals and communities. There is a proven correlation between a person’s external surroundings and their overall wellbeing. And the Equality Health Foundation (the Foundation) enables us to take what we learn at Equality Health and bring to underserved communities to address some of the most pressing community issues that create barriers to good health and wellbeing.

Thanks to the Foundation, we have even more opportunities to support collaborations, innovations, and programs. I believe that together, we can effect lasting change that will ensure equal health for all.

Hugh Lytle, Founder and CEO
Equality Health

Hugh Lytle

A Self-Described “Healthcare Rebel”

Equality Health was founded in 2015 by entrepreneur Hugh Lytle. A self-described “healthcare rebel,” Hugh’s career spans more than 25 years, and includes starting two other nationally recognized healthcare companies. His keen insights and expertise in the industry have been instrumental in the development of Equality Health’s product portfolio. The core premise guiding each is the belief that all people share a common humanity, and have a right to equitable treatment, support for their human rights, and a fair allocation of community resources. Read more in Hugh’s bio.