MobiHealth News September 23, 2022
Emily Olsen

Leslie Witt, Headspace Health’s chief product and design officer, explains how the company’s acquisitions are augmenting its mental health offerings and capabilities.

Headspace Health has revealed two acquisitions this year, the latest coming earlier this month when the digital mental health company announced the purchase of mental wellness app Shine

In a crowded field of mental health startups, the company is using acquisitions to augment its product and add new capabilities. Leslie Witt, Headspace’s chief product and design officer, said the Shine deal is part of a larger effort to offer content that caters to the needs of more groups, including people of color, women and the LGBTQIA+ community. 

Headspace Health also scooped up Sayana, maker of AI-enabled mental health-tracking...

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