Can Intelligent Mobile Solutions Reduce Benefit Waste with “Right Time” Access and Simplified Experiences?

By Winnie Tantraporn, Director, Employer Solutions, Wildflower Health Employee engagement with benefits is what keeps most employers up at night. In fact, according to Employee Benefit News, it’s the No. 1 challenge employers face today. You may offer great resources, but it’s a matter of getting employees to use them when they really need them. […]

How Do You Reduce Bias and Discrimination in Healthcare? Empower Women!

The path to a diagnosis and treatment is often murky for women, as studies show that their health concerns are often overlooked or undervalued. A recent New York Times article addressed the bias and discrimination some women face in a healthcare setting. Among the sobering statistics were the following: In a University of Pennsylvania study, […]

Offering a Single Source of Truth – The Greatest Unmet Expectation of Expectant Moms

By Hannelore Buckenmeyer I spend most of my professional time identifying big, important and underlying needs and working to develop scalable, long-term solutions. To do my job well, I have to listen, set my biases aside and resist the urge the make assumptions. All that being said, I’m a skeptic by nature.  When I first heard […]

Wildflower Health Acquires Circle, an Innovative Mobile Health Business

Today, we completed the acquisition of Circle, an innovative mobile health business that was incubated by Providence St. Joseph Health. This combination of technologies and expertise creates a groundbreaking platform for family health engagement. Wildflower is nurturing an ecosystem that allows for individual users to mange the health of their entire family, while accessing benefits […]

Addressing the #1 Complication of Childbirth

As part of maternal mental health awareness month, we’re shining a light on postpartum depression—the #1 complication of childbirth. Did you know that 1-in-7 moms and 1-in-10 dads experience emotional struggles after the birth of their baby? Parents of every culture, age, income level and race can develop perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Symptoms can […]

Medicaid Members Embrace Mobile for Maternity

Wildflower Study Compares Mobile App Engagement Among Commercial vs. Medicaid Populations Will Medicaid members engage with a mobile app that supports healthy pregnancies? And will this population engage at a higher rate than commercial groups? Wildflower recently studied engagement for our Medicaid clients and compared these rates with commercial clients to determine which audience was […]

Wildflower Health Releases Family Health Mobile App for Wyoming, Strengthening the Digital Health Partnership

Working with the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH), Wildflower Health, a leading mobile health software company connecting families to health resources on their smartphone, announces the release of their newest mobile health app collaboration, Family Health. The Family Health mobile app helps the “Chief Health Officer of the Home” track family health with tools to […]

Wildflower Health Announces Publication of Outcomes

I am thrilled to announce that users of our Due Date Plus application were found to engage in prenatal care earlier and have fewer low-birth weight babies than non-app users. Wildflower Health’s first peer-reviewed journal article, “Impact of a Mobile Health Application on User Engagement and Pregnancy Outcomes Among Wyoming Medicaid Members,” is an original […]

Redefining What It Means to Be A “Women’s Health” Company

I was recently part of a podcast that our friends at Rock Health produced titled Gaps and opportunities in women’s health and entrepreneurship. The conversation with Rock Health and fellow female entrepreneur Julia Cheek at EverlyWell brought back memories of how hard it was for Wildflower Health in the early days to convince investors that […]