Wildflower Health Confirms $8 Million Capital Investment

Wildflower Health announced it has secured $8 million in capital investment to advance its mission of growing healthy families.

The funding round was led by Health Enterprise Partners, a growth equity firm specializing in healthcare services and information technology whose investors include some of the largest health systems and health plans across the country.

Existing investors Hatteras Venture Partners and Echo Health also participated. As part of the round, Ezra Mehlman of HEP joins the Wildflower Health Board of Directors.

Wildflower Health is a leading mobile health software company that connects families to health resources on their smartphone. Wildflower Health empowers the “Chief Health Officer of the Home” with tools that promote healthy pregnancies, track family health and support the growth of each family member based on their individual health needs over time. The company leverages its unique engagement model to improve access to care, impact short and long-term consumer decisions, and drive clinical outcomes.

“We have built a flexible platform that is highly engaging and bridges critical gaps between individuals and the healthcare they need,” said Leah Sparks, founder and CEO of Wildflower Health. “We believe in the power of connection, and we believe we have developed a unique approach to creating greater connectivity in healthcare. This latest round of investment will allow us to advance our capabilities, extend our impact and sustain our overall growth.”

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