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How to Be Your Own Health Advocate

Sonya Satveit, CEO of Open Source Health, discusses ways women can improve their quality of care by becoming their own health advocates.

Sonya Satveit Sonya Satveit CEO & Founder Open Source Health Sonya Satveit, CEO and Founder of Open Source Health and Hormone Soup, joins the PCOS Challenge radio show to discuss helpful ways that women can improve their quality of care by becoming their own health advocates.

Sonya began advocating for herself after spending years seeking answers to her miscarriages, infertility, PMS and PPMD, only to find band-aid solutions. After hearing similar stories from other women, Sonya became concerned that women’s issues aren't being properly addressed.

Sonya's experiences have fueled her passion for helping women pro-actively manage their health. Stemming from her deep desire to help women better address their medical challenges, Sonya developed Open Source Health as the first integrated, personalized online health platform for women. The online platform educates, empowers and unites women with resources and knowledgeable practitioners to enable them to find the answers they need sooner and more readily.

For more information, visit http://www.opensourcehealth.com.

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