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Missed Connections: Why Women’s Health Apps Aren’t Flying Off the App Store Shelves

The following viewpoint is being shared by Wildflower’s resident growth and retention specialist, Jessica Szalay. She works with a wide range of hospitals, health systems, health plans and OBGYN practices to create meaningful digital connections with women in pursuit of...

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Feeling the Burn: When Physicians Are Stressed, Patients Are Less Safe. Here Are 4 Strategies for Reducing Burnout Among OBGYNs

When physicians are more stressed, patients are less safe. This makes sense intuitively, but the science also backs it up. In fact, a recent meta-analysis published in JAMA showed that clinician burnout can double the odds that a patient...

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Value-Based Care in Maternity Is Not an All or Nothing Proposition – Here Are Four Tips for Increasing Provider Participation Across Your Health Plan’s Network

As a health plan, your value-based care strategy for the maternity episode is simple. You want to properly align payments and incentives for as many of your providers as possible to ensure members receive the highest quality care and optimal...

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Delivering Value-Based Care within the Maternity Setting – Insights from an Expert Panel During the 2021 World Health Care Congress

Advancing value-based care will require engaged providers, activated patients, the effective use of technology and a relentless focus on driving meaningful and measurable outcomes. For this to happen, providers must lead the way forward, VBC models must focus on achieving...

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Five Questions from the World Health Care Congress - Wildflower's Views for the Future

As part of Wildflower's participation in the 2021 World Health Care Congress, we were asked five questions about the future of healthcare, and our role in it. We wanted to share our answers on the blog. Below are the highlights...

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Stigma, Inequity and Increasing Prevalence – How We Can Address the Most Pressing Priorities in Maternal Mental Health

Maternal anxiety and depression are the most common complications of childbirth. These complications can impact at least 1 in 5 women, yet they are not universally screened for, nor treated. The good news is that screening and treatment have...

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