Empowering Women. Collapsing Silos. Rewarding Value.

This is a smarter way to care.

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Empowering Women

We deliver personalized experiences that activate women in their own care, while simplifying the healthcare journey for families with a modular model of human touch and digital tools.

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Collapsing Silos

We make care more efficient and effective by clinically integrating with our clients' workflows and systems. We create intelligent connections to resources available via providers, payers and the community.

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Rewarding Value

We improve quality and lower costs by enabling a high-performance hub for value-based care, helping practices, hospitals and payers transition from fee-for-service to value-based contracting.

Recent News & Announcements

Reimagining Maternal Health - Presented by World Congress

Wildflower, Cigna and Women's Health Connecticut recently participated in a World Congress Webinar to discuss the future of maternal health. See how this partnership is integrating virtual and in-person care to engage patients between visits, enhance clinical workflows and seamlessly combine data for informed decisions at point-of-care.

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Inflection Point: The Fast Approaching New Reality for Value-Based Care

Wildflower explores the rapid acceleration of value-based care with Dr. CJ Stimson of Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Check out our full Q&A with Dr. Stimson, which covers a range of topics related to the fast approaching inflection point for VBC.

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The Missing Ingredient in Value-Based Care: Re-Engaging Trust

Wildflower recently interviewed Dr. Jan Berger, founder of Health Intelligence Partners, on the importance of trust, collaboration and communication in value-based care. Berger is formerly an SVP with CVS Health/Caremark and the author of the forthcoming book, "Re-engaging Trust: The Missing Ingredient to Fixing Healthcare." See her full Q&A at the link below.

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The Chief Health Officer of the Home is Struggling


of healthcare decisions are made by women


of women lack time, knowledge and energy to make these decisions

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The Social and Economic Cost of Today’s Experience Are Sobering


Women die in childbirth in the U.S. at up to 3X the rate of other developed countries, with black women dying at 3-4X the rate of white women


Preterm births in US are more than 50% higher than other OECD countries


Death in women from heart disease has increased proportionally since 1987 while decreasing for men


Children ages 0-2 on Medicaid have 67% higher ED rates than commercially insured


1/5 of U.S. adolescents don't receive well-child visits


20% of women have two or more chronic conditions

Reimagining the Healthcare Journey

The Wildflower Health Model

  • Collapsing silos to help providers, payers and partners work together
  • Continuously assessing risk through remote monitoring devices and app usage
  • Integrating data into clinical workflows to create accessible and actionable insights
  • Aligning outcomes, payment and care delivery to facilitate value-based care
  • Personalizing education and care connections with engaging digital tools
  • Supporting women and families at EVERY age and stage
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The Power of Wildflower

Our model results in healthy moms and babies. Positive, long-term relationships with families. And high-quality care that is appropriately rewarded.

Our value to clients is clear and quantifiable

More Efficient & Effective Care Delivery


increased high-risk ID


fewer missed appointments

Improved Quality & Outcome Measures


improvement in HEDIS


lower ER visits

Lower Cost of Care in High & Low Risk Populations


savings in high-risk


savings in low-risk

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Proud to Partner with, and Be Recognized by, Industry Leaders

Named Best FemTech Company by UCSF Digital Health Awards

Participant in the TedMed Hive for innovative digital health solutions

One of nine providers selected to participate in the Maternal and Infant Health Initiative

Health Value Award winner for maternal health solution category

One of five finalists for the BlueCross Blue Shield Data Challenge

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