We welcome team members of every background and work in communities that reflect the racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, gender identity and economic diversity of our country. Because of this, we can and must do more to create a more diverse, equitable and inclusive organization.
Diversity includes all the ways in which people differ, encompassing the different characteristics that make one individual or group different from another.
Equity is the fair treatment, access, opportunity and advancement for all people, while at the same time striving to identify and eliminate barriers that have prevented the full participation of some groups.
Inclusion is the act of creating environments in which any individual or group can be and feel welcomed, respected, supported and valued to fully participate.
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Publish progress reports on our DEI initiatives
Increase diversity on our board of directors
Ensure 100% of Clinical and Clinical Support Executive Leaders are trained in intensive unconscious bias and comprehensive DEI training
Expand our executive team’s diversity
Envision has a role to play in building a society that is more just and inclusive.
We can see the problems in front of us, and by addressing them, we are making a long-term commitment to our organization, our team members and the well-being of our patients and communities.
As a national medical group, our primary job is caring for patients. Delivering the best care means our organization must reflect the diversity of our patients across the nation.
Not all people receive the same care. Healthcare disparities among racial and ethnic minority groups have been researched and documented for decades, but progress to close these disparities has been slow.
It improves corporate performance, drives growth and enhances employee engagement.
On the other hand, workplace discrimination against employees costs businesses an estimated $64 billion annually. That equates to the annual estimated cost of losing and replacing more than 2 million American workers each year who leave their jobs due to unfairness and discrimination.
At Envision we are focused on four primary areas to build and advance a more diverse, equitable and inclusive environment. Each area is led by a team of committed employees. The focus areas are:
Advancing these principles requires accountability and leadership across our entire organization. Envision’s DEI efforts are led by members of our executive team, guided by a diverse advisory council from across the organization, all managed by a dedicated DEI Program Director.