Wildflower Health

By Aditi Pai November 2, 2015
Wildflower Health's pregnancy tracking app has been made available to Medicaid populations in Louisiana and Texas. The company reported that prior to these recent rollouts, its offering, called Due Date Plus, was available to 2 million people across its existing commercial and Medicaid plans. “By engaging an increasing number of lower income women during their pregnancies, we believe that we can...
By Aditi Pai June 29, 2015
San Francisco-based Wildflower Health has raised $5 million in a round led by Easton Capital and Hatteras Venture Partners with participation from existing investors Cambia Health Solutions and HealthTech Capital. The company has raised at least $6.7 million to date. Wildflower Health offers an app, called Due Date Plus, which helps pregnant women track their symptoms, monitor key milestones,...
By Aditi Pai February 4, 2015
San Francisco-based digital health startup Wildflower Health partnered with health insurance company LifeMap Assurance to launch an app, called LifeMap Due Date Plus, for expectant parents with short term disability coverage. The app is available on iOS and Android devices. "LifeMap is an ancillary benefits provider meaning that they provide things like disability benefits, insurance benefits,...
By Aditi Pai June 16, 2014
Four months after pregnancy tracking app developer Wildflower Health launched a program for Wyoming Medicaid beneficiaries, the startup reported that nearly 70 percent of enrollees are using the app's main features. The app's monthly retention rates are at 80 percent. Wildflower Health has reached close to one third of estimated Medicaid pregnancies in Wyoming. In Wyoming, the app used is offered...
By Aditi Pai February 12, 2014
Wyoming Medicaid launched a smartphone app for pregnant women last week in partnership with mobile health engagement platform developer Wildflower Health. The smartphone app will be a tool offered through the Wyoming Department of Health's program "WYhealth Get Plugged In", which is sponsored by Xerox. Wildflower Health was also part of a Rock Health class, which had its demo day in February 2013...
By Jonah Comstock February 21, 2013
Wildflower Health's Due Date Plus app. Rock Health held the demo day for its fourth class this week, highlighting some impressive accomplishments from its newest batch of 14 portfolio companies. Last year, MobiHealthNews reported that this class would start with an increased $100,000 investment from Rock Health, shortly after the incubator signed on Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers. This is also...

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