Clear communication is better.
CommunicateHealth was founded on one core principle: We think people deserve clear and simple information about their health.
We help our clients create products and services that can be easily accessed, understood, and used by the people who need them most. Whether it’s a smart phone app or a pictogram — we will research, design, test, and tweak until we get it right.
The CommunicateHealth family includes a talented pool of plain language writers, designers, usability specialists, researchers, and health educators. We work in integrated teams — and we like a good challenge. Try us.
We’re proud to be recognized as a fast-growing small business.
Inc. 500|5000 List of America's Fastest Growing Companies 4 Years in a Row
Being counted as one of Inc. Magazine's fastest growing companies in America is a huge honor. Making the list 4 years in a row is a fantastic achievement — and speaks to the power of a passionate, mission-driven team.
Entrepreneur magazine’s Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America
CommunicateHealth is one of Entrepreneur360's Best Forward Thinking Entrepreneurial Companies in America.
Inc. magazine Best Workplaces, June 2017
We’re thrilled to be among 233 companies that emerged at the top of this very competitive program. Go team!
And here are just a handful of awards we’ve won:
Innovation and Performance Award, U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce
Emerging Star Award, U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce
Top 500 Emerging Businesses in the U.S., DiversityBusiness.com
Stacy Robison, 40 Under Forty, BusinessWest
Top 100 Women-led Businesses in Massachusetts, The Boston Globe
These awards recognize the best in plain language communication. (There’s no higher honor in our book.) CommunicateHealth’s work has been awarded:
Best Before/After — Short (2016) for Department of Revenue Letter to Taxpayers (Massachusetts Department of Revenue)
Best Multimedia — Long (2016) for Physical Developmental Delays: What to look for (American Academy of Pediatrics)
Best Website (2014) for Don’t Mess With Mercury (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry)
Best Website (2013) for healthfinder.gov (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)
Best Website (2012) for Environmental Public Health Tracking Network — Outdoor Air Quality (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Best Original Document (2011) for Lead Poisoning: Words to know from A to Z (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Don’t take our word for it.
“The project deliverables exceeded our expectations. [CommunicateHealth] was an absolute pleasure to work with.” — ResMed
“The CommunicateHealth team was very creative and responsive throughout a very challenging contract. Their commitment to high quality of work and customer service is outstanding.” — National Institutes of Health
“They showed me that they care about serving not only their direct client, ATSDR, but also our client, the American people.” — Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
“There’s no such thing as a perfectly-written website, but [healthfinder.gov] comes close. You hit all the ‘rights’ — right sentence length, right verbs, right words for a broad audience. Very well done.” — ClearMark judge, Center for Plain Language