ATLANTA, September 15, 2016 – Sharecare, the digital health company helping people manage all their health in one place, today announced that it has won four Digital Health Awards in the program’s 2016 Spring competition. Recognizing the world’s best digital health resources, the Digital Health Awards program is organized by the Health Information Resource Center.
Sharecare’s honors in the 2016 Spring competition include:
- Consumer Web-based Digital Health website: Silver Award for Sharecare.com
- Consumer Mobile Digital Health Resources, Mobile Application: Bronze Award for AskMD for iOS and Android
- Consumer Mobile Digital Health Resources, Mobile Application: Bronze Award for AskMD for Apple Watch
- Consumer Mobile Digital Health Resources, smartphone: Merit Award for Sharecare Beta, a free Android app that monitors and analyzes users’ stress levels and mood based on fractal patterns in their voice.
The 2016 Spring competition brings the total number of Digital Health Awards Sharecare has won to 13: five for Sharecare.com, the company’s predictive and personalized flagship engagement platform; six for AskMD, the free app for iOS and Android that helps you get organized around your health and to have more productive doctor visits; and two for Sharecare Beta, which is currently undergoing a crowd-sourced, adaptive trial in partnership with Dr. Sanjay Gupta and the Institute for People and Technology at Georgia Tech. For more information about Sharecare Beta and to find out if you are eligible to participate in the trial, go to www.sharecare.com/study.
Sharecare is a health and wellness engagement solution providing people with personalized resources to help them live their healthiest lives. Nearly 40 million people have shared more than 5 billion data points about their health status and habits with Sharecare, which uses that information to create a comprehensive health profile allowing users to access all of their health resources in one place, and dynamically connect to the knowledge, evidence-based programs and health professionals they need.