Views Archive of: Health Innovation

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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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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New Study: Digital Health for Families Is an Emerging Priority

To gauge the momentum and future direction of digital health, Wildflower recently surveyed more than 250 payers, providers and employers. Our findings highlight two major themes. 1. There are clear priorities and...

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Connected Health: What It Means and Where It's Going

Digital tools can be powerful means of breaking down barriers to access of care. Think about it: Almost nine in ten adults in the U.S. own a smartphone. Trackers like Fitbits, Apple watches, smart scales, and other products like...

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Lucky Number 7 –Where Digital Health, and Wildflower, Go From Here

The last time I paused to reflect on our company and our industry, I was largely focused on my journey as a mom and founder of an organization that is committed to growing healthy families. That post was sparked by...

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