ConsejoSano Named to Fierce 15 in Healthcare

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ConsejoSano is a Rosenman ADAPT company and Founders Pledge member.


ConsejoSano launched in 2017 with a mission as simple as it is bold: to make healthcare work for everyone in society.

“Building more health equity is in ConsejoSano’s DNA—it’s been part of our company mission from day one,” Abner Mason, the company’s CEO told FierceHealthcare.

Since then, the company has developed technologies designed to reduce disparities in healthcare provision by connecting users with people from a shared cultural background who can help them navigate their way through the system.

The company’s suite of tools include multichannel communications platforms, care management, patient engagement and data analytics designed to benefit both patients and providers by improving quality measures and increasing member engagement.

In 2020, ConsejoSano leveraged its messaging platform to provide life-saving, culturally adapted COVID education in more than 20 languages to over 1 million patients. “We stand out because our commitment to underserved communities is at the heart of everything we do,” said Mason, who also serves as a member of the Biden-Harris Policy Committee and is founder and co-chair for Healthtech 4 Medicaid, a nonprofit organization for CEOs building solutions for the Medicaid market.

Investors have responded with $17 million series B funding round led by Magnetic Ventures in December. That brings the company to $43 million of funding to date, which has helped provide it the necessary momentum to scale up its efforts.

As the company moves into 2021, it expects to continue to increase its engagement further and partner with even more organizations to produce tangible changes for those underserved communities. The company’s vision is ultimately a complete transformation of healthcare providers nationwide. “We’re reimagining the patient journey to ensure access to care and challenge the status quo of health inequity,” Mason said.