Parsley Health has launched a new program that focuses on providing comprehensive care for working women with complex and chronic health concerns. The program aims to deliver exceptional health outcomes by addressing a wide range of medical conditions, including autoimmune, gastrointestinal, cardiometabolic, behavioral health, and hormonal conditions. It covers women throughout their reproductive health to menopause and combines high-touch, tech-enabled virtual care with Root Cause Resolution medicine and conventional approaches. The program has shown a 2x return on investment and a 32% reduction in medical spend. Women’s healthcare expenses are significant for employers, and this program aims to address their specific needs, reduce costs, and support their overall well-being.
“The quintessential workforce age woman needs comprehensive care that spans each phase of her life and supports her beyond her reproductive health goals. She needs providers who are by her side throughout the complexities of her journey – whether she has a cancer diagnosis at 25 or her first baby at 40,” said Dr. Robin Berzin, M.D., Founder and CEO of Parsley Health. “Women make up 60% of the workforce, and their inability to access comprehensive health services designed for their needs drives up employers’ healthcare costs and can prevent top talent from reaching their professional potentials.”
“In traditional care, a woman seeking fertility care alongside chronic pain management for an autoimmune condition would have to bounce between three to five specialists, leading to increased absenteeism, decreased productivity, and an elevated possibility for missed diagnosis due to the gap in communication between providers. Parsley’s comprehensive approach to care solves this by including longer visits, telehealth-first appointments, advanced risk assessment tools like the Parsley Symptoms Index, and team-based care – all from providers with additional training in root cause analysis. We have rapidly adopted value-based care arrangements so Parsley can work in partnership with purchasers, insurers and provider groups: a win-win for all,” Dr. Berzin continued.