Sharecare Expands Life Sciences Product Suite with Comprehensive Solutions to Support Patient Education and Improve the Care Journey

Sharecare, the digital health company that helps people manage all their health in one place, announced nine new digital solutions designed to engage, educate, and support people in managing their health.

Sharecare’s 2023 life sciences product suite is comprised of dynamic tools that enable people to not only improve their health and understanding of conditions impacting their lives, but also engage effectively with their healthcare providers to achieve optimal outcomes from their treatment plans. These offerings, which are customized to reach people and caregivers impacted by specific conditions, are purpose-built to support and enable patient-to-provider discussions, while simultaneously educating and motivating individuals. Available to reserve now for 2023 marketing campaigns, the newest life sciences innovations from Sharecare include:

Vital Voices – This multimedia approach to storytelling showcases real, first-person stories from multicultural and underrepresented populations as they navigate a condition.

Rare Disease Roadmap – According to the National Institutes of Health, 1 in 10 people in the U.S. have one of 7,000 known rare diseases. This digital education center aims to help people who suspect they may have or are newly diagnosed with a rare disease to navigate the complexity of the patient journey from diagnosis to treatment.

Patient Connect – This content hub invites patients and caregivers managing a specific chronic disease to share their stories, tips, and words of encouragement for others managing a similar diagnosis.

Inside Out – Through this immersive tool featuring 3D-animated graphics from the award-winning Sharecare Reality Lab, users visually explore the progression of a disease and the science of their treatment.

Care Collective – In an effort to address the confusion and complexity of building one’s care team, this interactive resource empowers people and their caregivers to understand the role of various clinical specialists and how to optimize these patient-provider partnerships for better outcomes.

In addition to these educational engagement solutions, healthcare brands can enhance their campaign and strategic planning with four others: virtual office hour events, "in-the-lab" events, custom-produced videos, and a social platform add-on.