Welcome to Kinnected—the heartbeat of global self-health.

Kinnected is a free, world-wide platform that offers multiple avenues and tools for members to connect and support each other around physical, emotional and social health.

Kinnected nurtures and supports all people and health professionals universally.

"The world needs a sense of worth, and it will achieve it only by its people feeling that they are worthwhile."

—Fred (Mr.) Rogers

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Founder, Megan Haas' presentation at Politico's Annual Health Summit Nov/2019

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We can redefine our self-health

Self-health means taking an active, rather than passive role in navigating our own health and well-being

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We can reform the health of our communities

A Day in the Life of John Kim, Executive Director, PHPDA, Seattle, WA, USA

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We can build a culture of collaborative healing

What is your story? What do you need? How can you help?

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We can reboot the health of humanity

Kinnected is a new approach to humane technology and global social service

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A Day in the Life of John Kim, Executive Director of Pacific Hospital Preservation & Development Authority, Seattle, WA, USA

The healthcare system is not a system at all – it is a very complicated intersection of regulators, providers, manufacturers, insurers, researchers, and many other stakeholders each with their own motivations.  

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A Day in the Life of Professor and Social Epidemiologist, Dr. Margot Gage Witvliet, Beaumont, Texas, USA

"I wish that more people in America believed that health is a human right, especially now with COVID-19 ravishing low-income communities."

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Coping With Grief

"For me, moving backward was the right direction." In a time when the pandemic is taking so many people from their loved ones, writer, Lee Norris, who became a widow in her early eighties, offers a three year's perspective to those who are just beginning the journey. 

Want to know more? Here’s a step-by-step picture of how Kinnected can help you search, match, chat, and improve your health.

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