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F-Prime Capital leads Wellframe’s $15M round to expand mobile patient engagement, care management platform

July 13, 2017

Boston-based Wellframe, makers of mobile patient engagement and care management software, has raised $15 million in Series B funding led by F-Prime Capital. Existing investors DFJ also contributed, and the new capital brings the company’s total funding to date to $25 million.

Excellus BCBS taps Wellframe mobile platform to improve care management

August 04, 2016

New York health insurer Excellus BlueCross BlueShield has partnered with Boston-based Wellframe to make Wellframe's mobile platform a part of its Health Care Improvement team. Excellus’s HCI team focuses on integrating care management and quality improvement programs to close gaps in care, and the partnership with Wellframe will help Excellus to achieve those goals through its mobile app.

Technology, Seniors, and Sense Making

May 31, 2016

As primary care physicians and leaders of Wellframe—a mobile health company working with payers and physicians groups to extend care between visits for patients with complex comorbidities—Drs Panch and Goodman discuss their experiences building a mobile application used by elderly patients to communicate with clinicians and manage chronic disease. 

Can digital health tools help schizophrenia patients manage chronic conditions?

November 18, 2015

Wellframe, a digital health startup that works with health plans to extend care management, is collaborating with Darmouth Centers for Health and Aging on a two-year study. It’s designed to evaluate the effectiveness of digital health tools to help people with serious mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia, manage their chronic conditions.  It will focus on middle-aged adults and older.  

Forbes: How Rock Health Went From Accelerator To Venture Fund In Five Years

September 21, 2015

Wellframe’s cofounder & CEO Jacob Sattelmair echoed a sentiment I have shared with many people. 2.0 and StartUp Health have been the strongest advocates for digital health. fiercest competitors at the time in the aftermath of the dotcom bust. that time, the biggest players in digital media were Yahoo, MSN, AOL and DoubleClick (now Google). are fighting over table scraps (relative to legacy health IT vendors), digital media companies were in competition for a small portion of the advertising market. to digital media taking off. media surpasses even television. accelerated the shift by 5-10 years.

10 Boston Healthcare Tech Companies to Watch

August 18, 2015

Boston is just scratching the surface with its impact on healthcare - thanks to our city's innovators. Home to some of the greatest hospitals in the world, Boston has been on the map as a leader in the healthcare space for as long as anyone can remember.

33 Voices: How Wellframe is Creating a GPS for Patients – A 33Voices interview with Jacob Sattelmair

August 18, 2015

Jacob and Jenna discuss how Wellframe is using technology to personalize patient care, the intersection of clinical protocol, data and consumer engagement, as well as the reality of entrepreneurship.

Business Insider: WHERE ARE THEY NOW: The first interns of the world’s biggest tech companies

July 07, 2015

One member of Pinterest's first intern class was Jeffrey Warren, who is now a software engineer at Wellframe.

Chicago mental health agency tries mobile care management with veterans

June 24, 2015

A select number of clients of the Veterans Project at mental health-focused social services organization Thresholds will soon be able to communicate with clinicians and receive educational material through a mobile app supplied by Boston-based vendor Wellframe.

Episode 44: Jake Sattelmair from Wellframe on Individualizing Population Health – Relentless Health Value

June 23, 2015

Jacob is the CEO and co-founder of Wellframe. His work and expertise lie at the intersection of healthcare, technology, data analytics and consumer engagement.

11.Build Something that Matters with Dr. Trishan Panch, Co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of Wellframe! – The Modern MD – Interviews With Innovative MD’s

June 23, 2015

Dr. Trishan Panch shares his entrepreneurial journey and vision for building healthcare technology that matters.

Boston Business Journal Honors Wellframe as a 2015 “Best Places to Work” Winner

May 18, 2015

The Boston Business Journal has named Wellframe one of the Best Places to Work in Massachusetts in its twelfth annual regional awards program. The honor recognizes Wellframe's achievements in creating a positive work environment that attracts and retains employees through a combination of employee satisfaction, working conditions and company culture.

Forbes: Elite Concierge Healthcare Practices: Making Telemedicine Work For Everyone

February 10, 2015

Wellframe CEO Jacob Sattelmair spoke at the Digital Healthcare Summit in Boston and said, “When we think about digital medicine, it’s not about replacing human care, it’s about amplifying and extending human care and helping patients feel more connected and more cared for especially during periods of need.”

HisTalk: Ramp Up: An Interview With Wellframe CEO Jacob Sattelmair | HIStalk Connect

February 05, 2015

Wellframe is a Boston-based venture backed health tech company comprised of engineers, clinicians, and data scientists dedicated to reorganizing healthcare resources around the needs of patients. partner with healthcare delivery organizations and health plans looking to improve the capacity of their human resources to better engage more patients toward improved clinical compliance and financial success.

Bostinno: The Big-Name VCs Who Love Boston (and the Ones Who Don’t)

February 02, 2015

Among this year’s dealsAmino raised funding from Union Square Ventures, Accel Partners led DataGravity’s $50 million round and Wellframe’s Series A was led by DFJ.

MedCrunch: A HealthBeat 2014 Report: To Make Sense of the Sensors

November 12, 2014

WellFrame has its vision on how healthcare will be delivered in the future.

MobiHealth NewsStartup founders discuss when to engage patients outside of clinical settings | mobihealthnews

November 05, 2014

“For us, we say that healthcare is largely a service industry and it’s actually the provision of service and human care that has historically been quite effective,” Sattelmair said.

Health IT Pain Points Defined – Electronic Health Reporter

October 27, 2014

One of the biggest pain points for hospitals is that we’ve come across a health system’s inability to scale care management resources.

Electronic Health Reporter: Health IT Startup, Wellframe

October 15, 2014

Wellframe delivers a mobile experience featuring a secure two-way communication channel to connect patients with care providers.

Big Data Is Changing the Way We Get Well

September 18, 2014

"Big data allows us to collect more data about patients than any clinical trial in history," said Vinnie Ramesh, CTO at Wellframe, via email.

Medcity News: Wellframe will use $8.5M funding to expand technology team

September 08, 2014

A health IT business that developed a mobile platform and analytics tool to give care managers a clearer window on patients’ responsiveness to their care plan has raised $8.5 million.

MobhiHealth News: Wellframe raises $8.5M to build out its mobile-enabled therapy platform | mobihealthnews

September 08, 2014

Boston-based patient engagement and care management company Wellframe raised $8.5 million in a funding round led by Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ), with additional investment from Formation 8, Waterline Ventures and Queensbridge Venture Partners.

VentureBeat: Wellframe raises $8.5M to grow mobile patient engagement platform

September 08, 2014

Healthcare providers are under pressure to better monitor and care for older and at-risk patients between doctor visits. So caregivers need an effective way to stay in touch with patients and keep them following doctors’ orders while they’re at home.

TechRepublic: 10 technologies changing the future of healthcare

September 08, 2014

Digital therapy is important for patients who need at-home care, can’t afford to travel to a clinic, or have no way to get to a clinic for therapy.

Boston Business Journal: Mobile health app Wellframe closes on $8.5 million financing – Boston Business Journal

September 08, 2014

Wellframe, the Boston-based creator of a mobile health app, has closed on $8.5 million in investor financing as the company works toward commercialization.

Mobile Cloud Era: Wellframe – “Clinical Backend For The Quantified Self”

August 08, 2014

Vinnie Ramesh CTO and Co-founder of Wellframe characterized his company as the “clinical backend for the quantified self,” and we were definitely interested to hear more.

Inc: Odd Couple, Should You Cozy Up to Giant Companies?

August 08, 2014

Although startups are often wary of sharing their product early on, rapidly growing mobile healthcare Wellframe decided to take an open approach to building partnerships and visited the Janssen Labs, Johnson & Johnson’s research innovation center. Wellframe co-founder Archit Bhise explains, “We stay focused on building the best possible product to improve patient care, that’s why we continue to draw attention of industry influencers.

MedTech Boston: Wellframe, The Data Dream Team Changing Chronic Disease Management

July 24, 2014

"At its core, Wellframe is empowering people who suffer from chronic diseases with a GPS navigation system for managing their health.

BostInno: 10 Companies Changing Health Care in the Hub

July 17, 2014

Wellframe builds intelligent systems to re-engineer care delivery, essentially equipping patients with a “care GPS” to help them navigate their health challenges.

Healthcare Finance News: New technologies, hospital strategies promote patient engagement | Healthcare Finance News

June 03, 2014

"Recently, two Boston hospitals — South Shore Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital — teamed with mobile technology company Wellframe to launch a clinical pilot among patients enrolled in South Shore’s joint cardiac rehabilitation program using Wellframe’s mobile application to connect with patients in various ways outside of the hospital. According to Karen LaFond, nurse manager
 at South Shore, clinicians have seen a significant improvement in patient retention and compliance with cardiac rehabilitation care plans when using mobile applications.”

Medcity News: Wellframe’s personalized care plan tool gets validation from Merck

June 03, 2014

Wellframe, a health IT company that’s developed a cloud-based platform to personalize care plans for people with chronic conditions, won an innovation challenge set down by Merck and Heritage Provider.





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