SAN FRANCISCO – Mobile health software company Wildflower Health has acquired the Circle Women’s Health Platform, a mobile health technology incubated by Providence St. Joseph Health. “We are committed to growing healthy families and creating long-term value for our payer, provider and employer clients,” said Leah Sparks, founder and CEO of Wildflower. “The addition of Circle’s innovative technology platform and its talented team greatly enhances our ability to simplify health care, every day, by making intelligent connections between consumers and the resources they need, when they need them.” Wildflower’s mobile-based enterprise software allows families to manage the health needs of all members on one shared application that features decision support tools, education modules, milestone-driven care plans and reminders for immunizations, doctor visits and preventive health. The Circle Women’s Health Platform, which was created by PSJH clinicians, features an app that serves as a single source of information for parents, providing content, tools and trackers, and is integrated into the health system’s EMR. Bringing Circle to market as part of the transaction with Wildflower is part of PSJH’s strategy to develop novel solutions to health care provider needs, scale them at PSJH, commercialize the innovations and create value for PSJH beyond the immediate health system, said Dr. Amy Comptom-Phillips, chief clinical officer at Providence St. Joseph Health. It is the second incubated solution to be spun out by the PSJH Digital Innovation team.
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