ProgenyHealth Expands Partnership with Wildflower Health to Improve Maternal and Infant Outcomes


PLYMOUTH MEETING, PA — ProgenyHealth, LLC has announced an expanded strategic partnership with Wildflower Health. This collaboration aims to break down existing barriers and help health plans proactively enhance maternal and infant health outcomes.

ProgenyHealth has specialized in NICU care management for over 20 years, focusing on better outcomes and lower costs for babies in NICUs. Their tech-enabled approach leverages a proprietary platform dedicated to whole-person care, driving improved outcomes in maternal care as well.

The company’s Maternity Program spans from conception and pregnancy to postpartum and parenting, with expertise in managing premature and complex births. By extending its services to prenatal care management, ProgenyHealth targets NICU prevention and improves maternal health.

To enhance this comprehensive care solution, ProgenyHealth partnered with Wildflower Health. Wildflower specializes in maternity care technology and provides digital tools designed for prenatal to postnatal patient needs. The 12-year-old company aims to transform women’s health care delivery and payment models to improve outcomes.

“We have been working with Wildflower Health these past few years to provide integrated solutions to moms throughout their entire pregnancy journey,” said Susan Torroella, CEO of ProgenyHealth. “While digital tools and consumer apps are not new to healthcare, our cooperative approach positively affects enrollment, engagement, and health plan member impact. Our ongoing collaboration with Wildflower differentiates our work and adds value to health plans.”

Leah Sparks, Founder and CEO of Wildflower, added, “Wildflower’s solutions address access, cost, outcomes, and experience throughout women’s health. Our partnership with ProgenyHealth helps health plans fill gaps, collapse silos, and integrate into existing workflows. Early identification and timely member engagement drive momentum and improve care.”

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Torroella emphasized the importance of consistent engagement with pregnant members to avoid missed interventions. “With more than 60% of pregnancy-related deaths being preventable, it is crucial that new moms are aware of all prenatal and postpartum care options. This is a significant step in reducing maternal mortality and morbidity.”

The expanded partnership between ProgenyHealth and Wildflower Health represents a concerted effort to leverage technology and human connection to improve maternal and infant health outcomes. By addressing clinical and social determinants of health, the collaboration aims to provide comprehensive support to health plan members and their families.

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