Views Archive of: Health Innovation

Advancing Care Series: How Can We Help OBs Navigate Multiple Payers in the Transition to Value-Based Maternity Care?

The sixth installment of Wildflower’s Advancing Care video series features Trina Jellison, Vice President for the Women and Children’s Institute at Providence. In this video, Trina discusses the challenge of supporting OB practices in the transition to value-based care, understanding...

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Advancing Care Series: Have We Lost Sight of the Patient in the Delivery of Maternity Care? If So, Can Value-Based Models Help Us Regain Focus?

During the Advancing Care Conference, hosted by the American Hospital Association, Wildflower convened a panel of leading national voices to discuss what's needed to effectively deliver value-based maternity care.  We have captured highlights from these discussions via a series of...

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Breaking the Pattern: Reimbursement Battles are Challenging the Adoption of Value-Based Maternity Care. Here’s How We Find Balance and Win Together

Before we get started, let’s once again state the obvious. Value-based care models offer tremendous promise for positively impacting maternal health outcomes in this country.  And, implementing such a model is very complicated. It’s not as simple as steering patients...

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Why Record Funding in Women’s Health Doesn’t Necessarily Guarantee the Success We Seek

By Leah Sparks - Founder and CEO -  After passing the $10 billion mark for the first time in 2020, digital health funding experienced a relentless surge in 2021, doubling to more than $20 billion before the year was even over....

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Driving Innovation in Women’s Health for Employers – How Payer Organizations Can Lead the Way

As the great resignation and rising healthcare costs continue to apply pressure on U.S. employers, one of the most critical issues for organizations is how to respond more effectively to the health and well-being needs of women workers.  According to McKinsey’s...

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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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