HLTH 2019: Let’s meet & talk family benefits

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Going to HLTH 2019?

Schedule a meeting with a Maven Team member to meet us at HLTH in Las Vegas October 27-30th!

We’d love to meet you at HLTH and talk about your family benefits challenges and needs. Let’s discuss how we partner with employers to provide holistic support and digital healthcare for employees on any path to parenthood.

Fill out the form below to book a meeting with a member of Maven’s team at HLTH.

 
 

Maven named to CB Insights Digital Health 150

Maven has been named to the CB Insights inaugural Digital Health 150 ranking, which lists the most promising digital health companies in the world. Maven is thrilled to be recognized among other leading digital health startups driving innovation, changing care delivery models, and improving outcomes. 

CB Insights CEO Anand Sanwal revealed the Digital Health 150 during Future of Health, a gathering of top healthcare leaders, in New York this morning. “It’s a privilege to use CB Insights’ data to identify and shine a light on these companies, and we look forward to tracking their success in 2019 and beyond,” said Sanwal. 

Maven’s place on the Digital Health 150 comes just weeks after Founder & CEO Kate Ryder was named to Inc. Magazine’s 2019 Female Founders 100recognizing the women building America’s most innovative and ambitious businesses. Inc. highlighted Maven’s revolutionary approach to on-demand, holistic women’s and family health, and unique benefits solution that is, as Inc. wrote, “helping leading companies retain their most valuable asset: employees”. 

For the Digital Health 150, CB Insights’ research team used an evidence-based approach to select the startups based on several factors including patent activity, investor quality, news sentiment analysis, proprietary Mosaic scores, market potential, partnerships, competitive landscape, team strength, and tech novelty. The Mosaic Score, based on CB Insights’ algorithm, measures the overall health and growth potential of private companies to help predict a company’s momentum. 

 Check out the full Digital Health 150 list here


Buzzfeed talks empowering employees on any path to parenthood

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Supporting working parents with innovative family benefits took center stage earlier this month at the National Business Group on Health (NBGH) Workforce Strategy 2019 conference in San Diego. Buzzfeed’s Global Benefits Manager, Hannah Wilkowski, was featured on a panel discussing the company’s and employees’ experiences with Maven, alongside benefits leaders from Unum and SAP.

Human Resource Executive covered the panel, recapping some top moments and quotes shared by Wilkowski and the other panelists about family benefits solutions, why they are supporting employees who are or want to become parents, and and why it’s good business. 

“As our employee demographics change, it is imperative for our benefits programs to adapt as well,” Wilkowski shared. “We wanted programs to support new parents as they are a growing population at Buzzfeed.” 

 

As our employee demographics change, it is imperative for our benefits programs to adapt as well.”

 

During the panel, Wilkowski highlighted this and more about why Buzzfeed turned to Maven to meet the ever-evolving family benefits needs of their workforce. She shared: “[Maven really is] a haven for people who are going through parenting for the first time, second time, or if they’re exploring adoption—really wherever they are in their journey.” 

Buzzfeed is setting a new standard in the war for millennial talent, and we love partnering with them to empower and support their employees on their paths to parenthood. 

“All feedback has been positive, and most of it has been word-of-mouth, parents telling other parents about this offering,” Wilkowski adds.

Read more in Human Resource Executive