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.
TypePrivate
HQSan Francisco, US
Founded2012
Size (employees)46 (est)+7%
Websitewildflowerhealth.com
Wildflower Health was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Key People/Management at Wildflower Health

Leah Sparks

Leah Sparks

CEO
Elaine Chien

Elaine Chien

Medical Director
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Wildflower Health Office Locations

Wildflower Health has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
344 Hermann Street
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Wildflower Health Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012

Wildflower Health total Funding

$14.8 m

Wildflower Health latest funding size

$8 m

Time since last funding

8 months 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 News and Updates

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…
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Wildflower Health Blogs

Girls AND Geeks: Why We Desperately Need More Women in Software

By Keith Jaeger, Chief Technology Officer, Wildflower Health I’ve been building software for startups for a long time. In fact, most people I work with these days wonder if I rode to school on a horse.  A lot has changed between then and now. Some of those changes are positive, while others have me …

Childhood Resilience: Mobile Tools Can Help Parents Foster Emotional Health

By Nancy Roberts, Lead Content Manager We’ve been hearing a lot lately about the importance of resilience – the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties or adapt to serious hardship. Studies have shown that resilience is a key driver in the emotional – and often, physical – health of both child…

Early Returns – Using Mobile to Drive Healthy Starts, Fewer High-Risk Pregnancies

Maternal mortality fell by almost half in developing countries between 1990 and 2015 (UNICEF), but doubled in the United States during the same time frame. That means at least two women die in the U.S. during childbirth every day. And it’s not just deaths that are on the rise. So are “near deaths” a…

A Six-Year Flash: Insights and Reflections from the First Day of Kindergarten

By Leah Sparks, CEO, Wildflower Health Last week, my older son Luke started kindergarten. He gripped my hand as my husband and I walked him to his first day of school. Quietly, he told us that he was “a little nervous.” But his fears melted away fairly quickly as he entered a bright classroom, fille…

Can Intelligent Mobile Solutions Reduce Benefit Waste with “Right Time” Access and Simplified Experiences?

By Winnie Tantraporn, Director, Employer Solutions, Wildflower Health Employee engagement with benefits is what keeps most employers up at night. In fact, according to Employee Benefit News, it’s the No. 1 challenge employers face today. You may offer great resources, but it’s a matter of getting em…

How Do You Reduce Bias and Discrimination in Healthcare? Empower Women!

The path to a diagnosis and treatment is often murky for women, as studies show that their health concerns are often overlooked or undervalued. A recent New York Times article addressed the bias and discrimination some women face in a healthcare setting. Among the sobering statistics were the follow…
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