Views Archive of: Digital Health

The Missing Layer in Healthcare: How Do We Fill It?

By Kristin Begley, PharmD, Chief Commercial Officer   A family member of mine recently asked me a poignant question. “If I can’t do this, who can?” She was talking about navigating...

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Better Outcomes, Lower Burnout: How Mobile Can Improve Patient AND Provider Experience

By Brian Oswald, Director - Provider Solutions   According to a survey conducted by Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 43.9% of responding physicians reported at...

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Transforming Medicaid: Wildflower Participates in a National Initiative to Improve Health for Underserved Mothers and Infants

The Medicaid Transformation Project recently kicked off its much-anticipated Maternal and Infant Health Initiative. We were extremely honored to have two representatives from our company participate in the initiative’s first formal meeting, where we shared our unique experiences using...

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The Diagnosis for Digital Therapeutics: Opportunities and Potential Obstacles for Healthcare’s Hottest Trend

It’s well-worn news that digital health continues to surge, whether you are gauging adoption, innovation or capital investment. According to Rock Health, digital health companies raised a total of $4.2B across 180 deals through the first half of...

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Rural Hospital Closings, the Impact on Obstetric Care and How Mobile Can Help

Since 2010, over 100 hospitals have closed and according to the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the numbers are likely to increase. As of December 2018, there were over 6,000 areas in the U.S. with...

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Health Literacy: How Mobile Can Help Make Content Accessible to All Consumers

Health literacy has been defined as “the degree to which an individual has the capacity to obtain, communicate, process, and understand basic health information and services to make appropriate health decisions.” Nearly 36 percent of adults...

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