A population health platform for women’s health to improve access and quality of care.
Low-income women face higher unintended pregnancy rates and reduced access to care. Programs like Title X, serving low-income and women of color, reach just four million women annually, with 41% served by Planned Parenthood centers. They also lack access to high-quality healthcare services and culturally-competent providers. Health plans, eager to improve outcomes for this demographic, encounter engagement challenges, including determining pregnancies late in gestation or when women present at emergency rooms.
Twentyeight Health is a digital health platform that provides telemedicine and medication delivery for women in underserved communities. Covering women’s healthcare needs across all life stages, starting with contraception, Twentyeight Health has established a trusted direct-to-consumer digital health platform. Twentyeight Health builds trusted relationships and delivers culturally-competent care by partnering with organizations that serve and understand these communities. It also provides women’s and reproductive health education, offering valuable data and engagement to Medicaid plans.