Digital Health Innovations Inc., a Sparks-based mobile health software company, will debut its HealthJibe mobile consumer health engagement platform during the seventh annual mHealth Summit in Washington, D.C.
The summit, which continues through Wednesday at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, is part of the HIMSS Connected Health Conference, which includes the mHealth Summit, Global mHealth Forum, Population Health Summit and the CyberSecurity Summit.
Digital Health Innovations will offer live demos of the HealthJibe platform. DHI will highlight connectivity to the Navmd Analytics solution for population health management and is offering conference attendees the opportunity to try HealthJibe by participating in the HealthJibe mHealth Summit Steps Challenge.
HealthJibe is an employer sponsored mobile App that is provided to employees as part of a health benefits plan. It brings health risk awareness, prevention, lifestyle habits and cost transparency into the employee’s daily digital routine in the following areas:
HealthJibe Connect is a Web API that helps organizations implement a comprehensive population health solution using existing benefit, wellness, data analytics and other HR systems and programs.
“HealthJibe is the central component of an integrated enterprise health benefits platform that empowers employees to easily manage their overall health and wellbeing in order to stabilize health care costs,” said Robert Blonchek, CEO of Digital Health Innovations. “It is a best of breed consumer engagement platform that also has the capability to connect and expand, enabling a more holistic and connected offering to employee populations while protecting employer investments in benefit, wellness, and other HR systems and programs.”
As part of the mHealth Summit, Digital Health Innovations will be offering live demonstrations of the HealthJibe platform highlighting not only our integration with the Walgreens Balance Reward program but our connection to the Navmd Analytics platform that helps us provide employers with unprecedented insight into the risk and cost of their employee population, while providing employees with insight into their health risks and related costs,” Blonchek said. “The folks at Navmd have embraced connected-health and we are excited to see the potential of our collaboration to help employers and employees manage health care spend.”
Brian Wilson, executive vice president of business development for Navmd, said his company is excited to partner with Digital Health Innovations in connecting to the HealthJibe platform.
“Combining Navmd Analytics’ enlightened approach to population health management with the HealthJibe consumer engagement platform will allow our customers and partners to analyze, predict, and influence population wellness on a whole new level,” he said.