Views Archive of: Digital Health

How Digital Front Doors Can Enable Value-Based Care - Must Listen Podcast

The digital front door has been a hot trend in healthcare for the last several years. And many solutions have rushed to stake their claim as THE digital front door for patients. But as an industry, we don’t even have a clear...

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Common Bonds: Many Obstacles and Opportunities for Improving Maternity Care Are Global in Nature

By Leah Sparks Founder & CEO I was recently reading a thoughtful article published in The Guardian, which offered advice for improving maternal health in countries where conflict and extreme poverty are rampant. As various experts offered their insights, it...

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Allergy Alert: How Digital Health Is Driving Adoption of New Guidelines to Prevent Food Allergies Among Children

Food allergies among children are rising dramatically. There are many causes for the growing prevalence in the United States, including Vitamin D insufficiency, decreased exposure to germs and allergens, and food allergen avoidance. In total, food allergies now affect as many as...

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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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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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