Digital health company Rally Health, Inc., wrapped up four days at South by Southwest ® Conference & Festivals in Austin after presenting a panel in the Health and MedTech track; transforming Austin’s boathouse on Lady Bird Lake into Rally House; and announcing its next-generation consumer digital health platform Rally®.
Rally Health Ambassador, Maria Menounos, hosts the Rally House interactive experience at SXSW.
The panel on Sunday, titled “A Better Future Through Digital Health,” addressed the rise and evolution of digital health to simplify and drive consumer health engagement. Journalist Katie Couric moderated the panel, which featured speakers David Ko (Rally Health, President and COO), Sarah Martin (BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, VP of Product and Consumer Innovation), and Vickie Strickland (Delta Air Lines, Director of Health Strategy and Resources).
Rally Health Ambassador Maria Menounos was on hand to greet people at Rally House, which featured interactive displays demonstrating the capabilities offered in the Rally consumer digital health platform. Rally, which is accessible to more than 45 million people through their employer or health plan, helps people take greater control over their health and health care.
Also at SXSW, Rally Health announced its next-generation Rally digital health platform, which simplifies the consumer health experience by making separate elements of the health and health care ecosystem work together seamlessly. Rally now enables users to access and manage in a single, comprehensive web and mobile solution their employee benefits, well-being programs – including behavior-change programs – and their health care needs such as finding, pricing, scheduling and paying for care.
“SXSW has an indescribable energy about it that points to a future of all-things-possible, and in Rally Health’s view, that’s a future in which people are empowered to take their health into their own hands and live a healthy life,” said David Ko, president and COO, Rally Health.
Date: March 14, 2019
Source: The Tullahoma News