Two new Johnson & Johnson initiatives aim to remove the obstacles people of color and the LGBTQIA+ community have historically faced in getting help with mental illness. The head of Janssen Neuroscience, Courtney Billington, explains why breaking these barriers is a priority—and a personal mission.
Injections that allow people with schizophrenia to go longer between treatments. Digital tools that may lead to the creation of more effective medications. Programs that ensure mental illness is properly diagnosed. These are just a few of the ways Johnson & Johnson is addressing the largest unmet need in healthcare.
Johnson & Johnson is launching a new collaboration toadvance health equity by building climate resilience in U.S.medical clinics that face floods, fires, heat waves and more. This initiative is just one of the ways the company is working to bolster healthcare in communities that are disproportionately impacted byclimate change. Learn more from the company’s Chief Sustainability Officer.
In September of 2021, 250 innovators came together to address one of the United States’ most urgent challenges: mothers dying from pregnancy complications. Learn about their ideas to help improve health equity.
Innovativeness. Social Responsibility. Learn how these and other key attributes landed the company on the global corporate reputation list for the 20th year in a row and ranked the company #1 on the Pharmaceutical Industry list for the ninth consecutive year.
If people of color aren't well represented in healthcare, then communities of color cannot receive truly equitable healthcare. These unique programs are supporting physicians from racial minority groupsso they can better support the patients who need them.
With disparities in outcomes in mind, Janssen knew it was critical to enroll a diverse population of participants in the clinical trial for its COVID-19 vaccine candidate, to ensure that all people who would eventually receive the vaccine were represented.
Many doctors admit that their medical training didn't properly prepare them for diagnosing skin conditions in people of color—a factor that can lead to patients not getting the medical care they need. Here, expert tips to help people find the right doctor, effectively communicate their symptoms and more.
The company is calling for ideas from applicants in Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York City and Philadelphia with the aim of helping to address racial healthcare disparities at the local level.
From backing an app that connects Black women to caregivers of color to developing a digital platform that supports surgical recovery, Johnson & Johnson is helping drive the surge of innovation in telemedicine.
For more than a century, Johnson & Johnson has used a core set of values to help build its business. Now, that sense of purpose has landed it on the Fortune ROL100, a new ranking of corporate leadership.
Black people are far more likely to live with cardiovascular diseases than other populations in the United States. We spoke to three experts about the consequences of that disparity—and how Johnson & Johnson is actively working to help drive change and better heart health through improved education, diagnosis and treatment.
From churches to schools—and even roving healthcare vans—the company has rolled out a program in states across the nation to help get COVID-19 testing and other crucial health services to underserved communities.