Views Archive of: Digital Health
Four Myths, One Truth and the Way Forward for Addressing Maternity Deserts with Technology: Highlights from an Expert Maternal Health Panel
During a recent webinar organized by Thinc, an expert panel dispelled myths and shared best practices for using technology to close gaps in maternity care access. Here's a summary of the session and a link to the full recording.
Can Health Advocates Positively Impact Maternal Health Outcomes? A New Role is Emerging as an Extension of Clinical Teams
Using health advocates to augment OB-GYN bandwidth is a growing strategy in the quest for improved maternal health outcomes. Here are keys to success for organizations who are considering using health advocates as an additional layer of support for women.
Investment in Digital Health Is Experiencing a Dramatic Slowdown. Is This the Beginning of the End, or the Start of Something Special?
After explosive and dynamic growth in recent years, digital health funding is in decline. Is digital health falling out of favor? Or is this a course correction that leads to a stronger, healthier digital health space?
How Payers and Providers Can Collaborate Digitally to Improve Maternal Health Outcomes: A Case Study from the State of Nevada
During a recent webinar sponsored by Becker’s Hospital Review, Wildflower Health, Health Plan of Nevada (HPN) and Women's Health Associates of Southern Nevada (WHASN) showcased a unique partnership aimed at improving engagement, care coordination and maternal health outcomes.
Advancing Care Series: What Are the Lasting Impacts of COVID-19 on the State of Value-Based Care?
The latest installment of Wildflower’s Advancing Care video series features Jeff Hogan, President of Upside Health Advisors. In this video, Jeff discusses the lasting impacts of COVID-19 on the state of value-based care. “Organizations realized they had a huge existential threat...
Advancing Care Series #2 - How Does Value-Based Maternity Care Impact OBGYN Burnout?
The second installment of Wildflower’s Advancing Care video series features Sue Gross, CEO of The OBG Project and Trina Jellison, Vice President for the Women and Children’s Institute at Providence. In this video, Sue and Trina discuss how value-based maternity care...