At any given time, it’s likely that over a quarter of a company's employees are either thinking about starting a family, already pregnant, or struggling to balance work and a young family. Simply put, there is no other issue that impacts an organization as profoundly as the challenges associated with how employees build and care for their family. Addressing these issues can define companies culture and save millions.
Meeting Ovia Health in 2017, I was excited to see a winning combination of elements that would enable the organization to thrive. Namely, their offering is centered on three powerful pillars: clinically supported and evidence-based guidelines; purposeful design and deep engagement; and an intensive and personalized experience.
Ovia Health recently hosted the Technology Supporting Women Hackathon in downtown Boston: a weekend dedicated to solving a problem facing women today using technology. This two-day event was truly spectacular. We were able to meet so many incredibly talented individuals who were eager to give up their weekends to solve problems that women face.
Ovia Health is activating women to become more knowledgeable about their reproductive health and to become partners with their healthcare providers, advocating for their own best interests and stepping up to make decisions that lead to the healthy outcomes they desire. This is why I joined Ovia Health.
At Ovia Health, it’s our mission to improve the world for women and families. In line with this mission, we’re so excited to spotlight some of the exciting things that have happened for Ovia Health so far this year!
At Ovia Health, we spend every day trying to improve and enhance the relationships women and families have with the healthcare system. We do that through our three apps, through our maternity benefits solution for employers, and through the conversations we have with women and families every day. What problems are today's families facing, and what can Ovia do to help?
When you choose a hospital to give birth in, you're choosing more than just a location. Read about Ovia Health's clinical research on what hospital selection means for women, originally published on The Health Care Blog!
Happy International Women's Day from all of us at Ovia Health! Today, we'd like to share a little bit about who we're celebrating — the women who motive, support, and inspire us in our mission to improve the world for women and families.
Being pregnant and having children is something that is natural and normal — yet, somehow there remains a stigma in the workplace. Gina Nebesar, Chief of Product and co-founder of Ovia Health, knows five ways women can champion themselves and working mothers in the workplace.
Our engineering team is working every day to solve problems in pursuit of our mission to support women and families. We'll be documenting our solutions here to pay forward the knowledge we gain! Nick Servidio, an iOS developer at Ovia Health, recently found a solution for a bad pod repo update for Ovia Fertility.