Wildflower Health

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Wildflower Health is building a health engagement platform to improve healthcare quality and lower medical costs when people start families. Our team is passionate about harnessing user-centered design and technology to deliver products that drive smarter healthcare decisions. Over time, we aspire to leverage a unique set of analytics to deliver novel insights that improve treatment and cost-management in the clinical areas we support. We believe that innovative digital health solutions have the power to truly change healthcare.
HQSan Francisco, US

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Employees (est.) (May 2020)66(+2%)

Key People/Management at Wildflower Health

Leah Sparks

Leah Sparks

CEO & Founder
Keith Jaeger

Keith Jaeger

Chief Technology Officer
Mark Miller

Mark Miller

VP of Payer Solutions
Jessica Zeaske

Jessica Zeaske

Brian Oswald

Brian Oswald

VP of Provider Solutions
Steve Lefar

Steve Lefar

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Wildflower Health Office Locations

Wildflower Health has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
220 Halleck St G100, San Francisco
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Wildflower Health Financials and Metrics

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Wildflower Health total Funding

$14.8 m

Wildflower Health latest funding size

$8 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Wildflower Health investors

Wildflower Health's latest funding round in March 2018 was reported to be $8 m. In total, Wildflower Health has raised $14.8 m
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Wildflower Health scores $8 mln in HEP-led round

San Francisco-based Wildflower Health, a mobile health software company, has secured $8 million in funding. Health Enterprise Partners led the round with participation from Hatteras Venture Partners and Echo Health. In addition to the funding, Ezra Mehlman of HEP, has been added to Wildflower Health…

Wildflower Health Blogs

Coming of Age: How Your Enterprise Can Respond to the Rapid Evolution of Digital Health

In the age of health consumerism, having a digital health engagement strategy has quickly become a business imperative.  This truth was front and center as some of the sharpest and most passionate young minds across the healthcare space convened in San Francisco to discuss the future of healthcare, …

5 Innovative Employee Benefits from PERKS Convention NYC

Wildflower recently participated in the PERKS Convention in New York City, an employee experience expo that provides access to the nation’s most forward-thinking employee services, perks and amenities that employers can use to support today’s business culture and growth. While we enjoyed showcasing …

Maximizing Maternity – The Most Important Benefit You Offer

One of the most critical employee benefits to maximize is maternity. Approximately 80 percent of women in the workforce will have a baby during their career. High-risk pregnancies rank as one of the 10 most costly conditions for employers. As more employees find themselves card carrying members of t…

The Hardest Question for Emerging Healthcare Companies: Explaining Who You Really Are

In this blog, we will attempt to answer an important and almost impossible question. What is it that you do here at Wildflower? One of the most difficult tasks for an emerging brand in the healthcare space is to clearly define what you do and to specifically quantify your value proposition. It’s a f…

No Two Alike: How Mobile Can Help You Reach Today’s Diverse Families

The demographic structure of the modern American family is shaped by many forces including race, socioeconomic status, marital status, sexual orientation, fertility, and gender. To break it down further, there is family structure: nuclear or traditional (two biological parents and children), extende…

Myth Busting: Do Consumers Trust The Healthcare System?

There is an unfortunate myth circulating within the healthcare space—an urban legend we would like to put to rest. Here it is. Consumers don’t trust the healthcare system. This myth suggests that brands emerging from outside healthcare will be the ones to save it. Take a quick look in the app store,…
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Wildflower Health Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Wildflower Health founded?

    Wildflower Health was founded in 2012.

  • Who are Wildflower Health key executives?

    Wildflower Health's key executives are Leah Sparks, Keith Jaeger and Mark Miller.

  • How many employees does Wildflower Health have?

    Wildflower Health has 66 employees.

  • Who are Wildflower Health competitors?

    Competitors of Wildflower Health include Nudge Coach, Medalogix and ArborMetrix.

  • Where is Wildflower Health headquarters?

    Wildflower Health headquarters is located at 220 Halleck St G100, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Wildflower Health offices?

    Wildflower Health has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Wildflower Health have?

    Wildflower Health has 1 office.