Out of the 70 million people around the world using Sharecare, three million of them call Brazil home. There, we’re working to improve the local healthcare system by making it more sustainable for enabling employers, health insurers and providers to lower the healthcare risks of their greater populations. With our community-driven approach to health, we see huge potential to improve state and city well-being across Brazil and beyond. 

Recently, I spoke about this at the International Seminar on Population Health hosted by Fundação Getúlio Vargas, a top-tier university in São Paulo. I shared how Sharecare is leveraging the power of technology to better understand social determinants of health, and ultimately inspiring lifestyle changes across the globe. Engaging with leading physicians, executives, psychologists and more, this was a great opportunity for Sharecare to position itself as a global market leader in digital health and reinforce the work that we’re doing to improve the health and well-being of populations, large and small.