Medullan, a digital health firm that designs and builds powerful solutions that achieve high rates of adoption for payers, providers, life sciences, and pharma, announced a collaboration with Harvard Health Publications (HHP), a division of Harvard Medical School. This relationship will provide consumers access to Harvard’s consumer health information via the digital tools and mobile apps Medullan envisions, designs, and builds for its clients.
HHP’s content covers thousands of health conditions, reflecting the expertise and insight of the Harvard Medical School faculty. This collaboration ensures that users of Medullan’s digital health solutions, including consumers, patients and caregivers, can make the best possible healthcare decisions based on their level of healthcare knowledge and understanding (in other words, their health literacy). With healthcare being a complicated field requiring a specific level of knowledge, Medullan will strive to continue to overcome health literacy barriers with this relationship to ensure all health consumers receive clinically validated expertise in a way that is comprehendible.
“Healthcare is complicated and every part of the industry requires a certain level of knowledge and understanding,” said Medullan founder and CEO Ahmed Albaiti. “Our collaboration with Harvard Health Publications has helped us to acknowledge and address various levels of health literacy and ensure that users of our digital health solutions receive clinically validated expertise from the Harvard medical community. Users of our platform will now have the knowledge and ability to better address their health concerns.”