• Larry Chu, MDProfessor, Stanford University, Executive Director, Medicine X

    "Everyone Included™ is a disruptive force in health care that combines unique expertise from all stakeholders to drive innovation and change through openness and experimentation. It’s a model that encourages everyone to be health care rebels in an attempt to transform health care for the better."

  • Nick Dawson, MHAExecutive Director of Innovation, Johns Hopkins Sibley Hospital

    "For us, everyone included™ is not just an operating model. It is a philosophy. It’s how we approach co-creating anything new."

  • Emily Kramer-GolinkoffFounder, Emily's Entourage and White House Presidential Champion of Change

    "The Everyone Included™ model represents a new standard of human rights and vision for progress that not only reflects a moral imperative to allow patients to participate in their health care as active, capable, and essential agents, but also addresses the looming economic issues caused by our current health care system."

  • Michael SeresFounder, 11health

    "For me it is simple. As a patient of over 30 years healthcare is about relationships and it only works when everyone’s included. At the heart of everything everyone who is involved in every decision needs to be in the room."

  • Christopher SniderAssociate Editor, Quantified Self

    "Everyone Included™ creates a new expectation for collaboration and collective creativity. By having Everyone Included™, questions you never thought to ask in the first place get answered."

  • Pamela Ressler, RNFounder, Stress Resources

    “A culture of health implies that all stakeholders are at the same table, when in reality we are often not even in the same room. Everyone Included™ moves us from simply gathering disparate information and data to sitting at the same table and building a collaboration where our unique perspectives and expertise lead to greater knowledge and wisdom.”

  • Meredith Hurston, MHAJohns Hopkins Hospital

    "Everyone Included™ considers every aspect of humanity in designing solutions to improve the delivery of health care. Socio-economics, gender identity, orientation, race, size, the five senses, spiritual and mental health–all matter."

  • Charlie BlotnerStudent, Arizona State University

    "By including all voices in the conversation about healthcare, the Everyone Included™ model brings together valuable insight and experiences from demographics that might otherwise be disconnected, resulting in better patient-centered care and treatment."