Bless My People was founded 2009 in the United States and has evolved into an organization that is helping to eliminate health care disparities in the USA and Global communities.
Disparities : Differences between populations in the presence of disease and health outcomes are well-documented in many areas. In the United States, disparities are well documented in minority populations such as African Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinos, with these groups having higher incidence of chronic diseases, higher mortality, and poorer overall health outcomes. According to the Journal of the American Medical Association identifies race as a significant determinant in the level of quality of care, with ethnic minority groups receiving less intensive and lower quality care. Ethnic minorities receive less preventative care, are seen less by specialists, and have fewer expensive and technical procedures than non-ethnic minorities.
Bless My People Foundation (BMP) rejects that less fortunate communities deserve third-rate medical education, support and care. BMP strives to instill CARE in communities through compassionate, high-quality, safe affordable health services to individuals in need.
The mission is simple we exists to improve health care access by working to eliminate these disparities through promotion, awareness, education, supportive campaigns and resources.
Bless My People Foundations was founded by medical clinicians whose "people first" approach remains true today.
Our Health Care Solutions
Dr. Taylor helps shape vision and develops strategies to address some of the world's most challenging inequities along with leading the foundation's mission to promote equity for all people around the world. Bless My People Foundation (BMP) a non-profit organization provides multiple services and consultation to the underserved communities both in the US and the global communities. In addition BMP provides multiple programs including innovative health care solutions, call centers and Telehealth Resource Centers (TRCs). Taylor has worked with BMP to partner with, corporations, NGO's, government leaders, and faith based communities to help with eliminating these health care disparities. Taylor brings vision, expertise, compassion, leadership and commitment to the organization's mission.
Taylor, originally born and raised in New Rochelle, NY now currently resides in the Washington DC area. She earned her Bachelors of Science (BSN) in Nursing from the College of New Rochelle. She earned her Master of Business Administration (MBA), specializing in Health Care Administration and Finance from the University of Connecticut. She received her Doctor of Ministry (DMIN) with a specialty in health care ministry at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary.
In 1994 she worked for the White House on the National Health Care Reform, where she completed her internship. She has over 30 years of experience in the health care field. She worked as a psychiatric nurse at Yale New Haven Hospital and Director of Quality Assurance for a nursing facility in Washington DC. She is the President/CEO of American Health Care Professionals, a CBO located in Vienna, VA. In 2009, the company's vision expanded to include a comprehensive, patient-centric model inclusive of: Home Health, Hospice, Telehealth, Mobile Health, Global Health, and Wellness Programs. She is the Editor-in-Chief of Health Care Pulse E-Magazine which is a 21st century health care magazine.
Today, Taylor is actively involved in helping to eliminate health care disparities both on a domestically and internationally level.
Beatriz Arroyave oversees finance and accounting, financial planning and analysis, strategic planning, impact planning and improvement, and several special initiatives for Bless My People Foundation (BMP) a non-profit organization.
Working to eliminate health care disparities among the Hispanic population continues to be a driving force behind Arroyave. She has been active in creating prevention and wellness partnership that focus on empowerment principles for women, children and the elderly in the USA. In addition BMP provides multiple programs including innovative health care solutions revolving around Telehealth Resource Centers (TRCs) and call centers.
Arroyave, a native of Medellin Colombia, now currently residing in the Washington DC area. A recipient of the Global Peacemaker Fellowship at Claremont Lincoln University in the Interfaith Action MA program. She earned her Bachelors in Operational Leadership from Nyack University and received the National Omicron-Psi Honor Society Recognition. Executive Vice President/Chief Financial Officer of American Health Care Professionals (AHCP), Arroyave brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in working with Hispanic population both domestically and internationally. She is the Hispanic Director for Health Care Pulse E-Magazine.
Today, Arroyave is actively involved in the expansion of health care services both domestically and internationally.