September 12, 2018
Consumer health software maker Welltok has made another acquisition, this one a long-time player in the digital and mobile health spaces: Wellpass, the company formed in 2017 from a merger of Sense Health and Voxiva. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.
"Wellpass is a natural extension of the tremendous work we have been doing to enable health entities to activate consumers by targeting and...
April 3, 2017
Healthcare communications software companies Sense Health and Voxiva have merged to form Wellpass, a messaging platform to connect payers, providers and the patients they serve. By joining forces, the two companies are blending sizable customer bases and an experience working with the complex organization structures of Medicaid programs. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed....
March 4, 2016
Sense Health, a texting software company focused on Medicaid care managers, has signed a deal with Coordinated Behavioral Care’s (CBC) Health Home, a nonprofit that oversees more than 50 Medicaid care management agencies in New York City.
CBC will deploy Sense Health in 12 of its member agencies to start. The program has a potential reach of 1,500 new Medicaid beneficiaries. With Sense Health,...
July 22, 2014
The New York Digital Health Accelerator has revealed the seven companies that will participate in its second class, which is sponsored by the State of New York, nonprofit New York e-Health Collaborative (NYeC), and the Partnership Fund for New York City.
The program will run for four months and during that time, startups will receive mentorship, attend workshops, and receive about $100,000 in...
July 10, 2014
An interactive text-message based care management system was able to create a 40 percent improvement in appointment adherence and modest improvement in medication and care plan adherence, according to new data from New York City-based Sense Health's randomized control trial with Montefiore Medical Center.
Sense Health uses pre-scripted but customizable text messaging to help overloaded Medicaid...
March 20, 2014
StartUp Health company Sense Health, which makes text messaging software for Medicaid care managers, has completed a randomized controlled trial. The results are still forthcoming, but CEO Stan Berkow shared a few with MobiHealthNews.
Care managers are social workers or registered nurses assigned by Medicaid or other healthcare stakeholders to work closely with the highest-cost patients. Sense...
October 14, 2013
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Digital health accelerator StartUp Health announced its latest class of 14 companies, including some familiar names. StartUp Health is a little different from other accelerators as it accepts companies at any stage and from anywhere in the country and mentors them for 3 years, rather than a few months.
StartUp Health reported, along with the announcement of the new class,...