MobiHealth News July 20, 2021
Laura Lovett

Wellness Network includes videos that touch on 24 therapeutic areas.

Health information site WebMD is looking into the patient education space with its acquisition of Wellness Network for an undisclosed sum.

Wellness Network creates educational resources and engagement tools for patients. The company works with hospitals and health systems, insurance companies, life science, public health agencies, health tech companies and others. 

Its services include a library of videos and printable resources, called HealthClips, that touches on 24 therapeutic areas. Its products also include patient engagement tablets that can deliver information to a patient and offer TV programming, which can be streamed in waiting rooms.

Clinicians are able to assign and track a patient’s engagement with the content through its HealthClips 360 program,...

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