Innovate

We offer workshops, training, and customized coaching
to help clients think outside of the box
in health care and primary care

Invent

Our invention team works tirelessly
not only to create new solutions
to health care challenges, but to make them
meaningful, applicable, and ready for use

Inspire

Through speaking engagements, motivational talks
and workshops, we hope to inspire you
to do your best work!

Inspire Health Solutions was founded in 2014 by Dr. J. Nwando Olayiwola, a world renowned thinker and leader in primary care delivery, innovation and transformation.  Dr. Olayiwola and her co-founders have become keenly aware of the challenges and opportunities in primary care in the United States and across the world, and have firsthand experience in some of the barriers to delivering high quality primary care as a fundamental right, doing it so that populations in the mainstream and on the margins receive it, and making it cost-effective.

To that end, Inspire Health Solutions, LLC is all about solutions.  We help organizations, ministries of health, health systems and health care leaders make real and lasting change in their delivery models and infrastructure; design and test innovations that achieve these aims; develop new models of care and interaction in the health care sphere, and inspire leaders, change agents and future health care professionals.

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    Pre-Order Your Copy Of MWPs are MVPs! Today

    Pre-Order Your Copy Of MWPs are MVPs! Today

    DR. J.N OLAYIWOLA’S  SOON TO BE RELEASED BOOK IS AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER “Minority Women Professionals (MWPs) are MVPs! Ten Essential Ingredients in the Secret Sauce of the MWPs”  ORDER NOW! click here…   LATEST BOOK REVIEWS Described as a “must read” by Dr. Elena Rios, President of the National Hispanic Medical Association the groundbreaking book has

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    Dr. Nwando Olayiwola at UCSF Santa Rosa Department of Family Medicine as “Visiting Professor of the Day”

    Dr. Nwando Olayiwola at UCSF Santa Rosa Department of Family Medicine as “Visiting Professor of the Day”

    CEPC director Dr. Nwando Olayiwola shared her expertise on the Quadruple Aim, the Ten Building Blocks, professional burnout, and work-life balance, as well as a workshop on the “Clinic First” approach to residency organization, with an enthusiastic group of faculty, residents, and clinicians at the UCSF Santa Rosa Department of Family Medicine on April 21

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    Around the Globe with Dr. Nwando – Exciting Trips, Speaking engagements

    Around the Globe with Dr. Nwando – Exciting Trips, Speaking engagements

        IN IRELAND Primary Care Partnership Dr. Olayiwola Gives Keynote at Irish Primary Care Conference Jan 28, 2016  CEPC Director, Dr. Nwando Olayiwola giving a keynote plenary at the inaugural Primary Care Partnership in Ireland, a conference designed to bring national and international leaders together. The conference, supported by a large number of primary

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    UCSF – Practice Coaching for Primary Care Transformation Training With Dr. N. Olayiwola

    UCSF – Practice Coaching for Primary Care Transformation Training With Dr. N. Olayiwola

    The Center for Excellence in Primary Care successfully concluded its 3-day Practice Coaching for Primary Care Transformation (PCPCT) training in San Francisco, California, earlier today. Conducted in partnership with CareOregon, the PCPCT training served as an orientation to, and comprehensive review of, the science of primary care practice transformation, and equipped participants with the practical

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    Billings Clinic Workshops

    Billings Clinic Workshops

     

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    Annals of Family Medicine Article by Dr. Olayiwola on Life Changing Encounter with Patient Causing Stir in the Nation

    Racism in Medicine: Shifting the Power Dr. Nwando’s interesting eye-opening encounter with a racist patient who refuses to be treated by her because she is a black minority is carried by the Annals of Family Medicine. You can read full article by clicking on link below www.annfammed.org/content/14/3/267 © 2016 Annals of Family Medicine, Inc.

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    The Secret Sauce of Minority Professional Women. New Book by Dr. N. Olayiwola to be Released soon

    The Secret Sauce of Minority Professional Women. New Book by Dr. N. Olayiwola to be Released soon

    RELEASE DATE AND SIGNING ENGAGEMENTS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON. Reserve Your copies by going to our products page, or you can email us at gpros2012@gmail.com; inspirehealthsolutionsllc@gmail.com or call 1-646-620-6145 Copies of her much talked about first  book “Medicine Is Not A Job” are also available If you have a son or daughter who is working on entering

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    Recent Presentations by Dr. J. N. Olayowola – 2016

      Cultural Competence and Inclusive Excellence Summit. Washington, DC. June 20-21, 2016.                                                        Dr. Nwando will be attended this conference, which was sponsored by the American Psychiatric Association, The

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    Dr. Olayiwola Provides Recipe for Revitalizing Primary Care

    CEPC associate director Dr. Nwando Olayiwola provides a recipe for revitalizing primary care through her commentary in the June 2015 Journal of the San Francisco Medical Society, San Francisco Medicine, entitled “Bringing Sexy Back: A Recipe for Sexiness Needed to Revitalize Primary Care in the U.S.”. In this piece, she provides thoughts on how the

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    Amazon Reviews of Dr. Nwando’s Book “Medicine is Not a Job!”

    Amazon Reviews of Dr. Nwando’s Book “Medicine is Not a Job!”

    Excellent! A read for all who aspire to be medical doctors!  by Egondu Onyejekwe Great, inspiring book for anyone at any stage of their career by Douglas P. Olson Excellent by Theodore Tsao Wow great read!  by Jennifer Amazing book for all levels in the medical field and …  by Ivelisse Rivera Godreau Wonderful book and a real look at