Sharecare is the digital health solution with high touch coaching and partner programs that allows people to manage all their health in one place. We support the sponsor’s objective to activate individuals in their health and to engage them in the various benefit programs and resources to impact costs and to improve the enrolled population’s health. The company was founded in 2010 and over the past 10 years, the company has built, acquired, and integrated key technologies, resources, and capabilities that enable users to improve their overall health. Sharecare’s platform offers each individual an accessible, interactive, and highly engaging environment that moves healthcare from episodic to a regular habit. In a rapidly consolidating industry where up to 50% of startups will not exist in five years, Sharecare is a privately held company with a solid investor base and diversified client portfolio. Sharecare has strategic investment from across the healthcare, financial services, and media industries, including leading Payors, Health Systems, Lab companies, Life Insurers, etc.—most of whom are clients or partners. And with over 2,500 employees and with clients covering over 12M lives, we have the depth and breadth to bring an innovative solution for today and tomorrow.
Sharecare is unique in the market in bringing a focus around health and well-being supported by an innovative digital platform with high touch coaching and an array of partner programs. We are the only platform founded to support the individual with all their health in one place. Differentiators include: 1. Visionary CEO and Experienced Executives: Jeff Arnold has a 30-year track record of innovation and success since his founding of WebMD. 2. All your health in one place: Sharecare was founded on the principle of supporting the individual throughout their health journey – from well-being to healthcare – with all your health in one place. 3. A unique on-boarding process: Sharecare’s registration process starts with an individual’s curiosity about their RealAge and the regular guidance on behaviors to lower it through our green days tracker. 4. User engagement: Sharecare will employ a multi-faceted approach to engage members and produce meaningful improvements in their health and well-being. 5. Combination of high-touch and high-tech coaching: Through Sharecare’s proprietary coaching programs, members will have access to optional one-on-one telephonic coaching, onsite, and digital coaching. 6. Partner programs: Sharecare continues to expand the array of preferred partner programs as part of our health ecosystem.Get More Info
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