Personalized programs for pain – like Fern Health – have the potential to improve outcomes by directing people in pain away from ineffective, costly and potentially harmful treatments to safe and more effective programs.
We're excited to announce that we're officially taking our collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital beyond our initial product development.
Musculoskeletal pain programs, telehealth, and mental health services all topped the list in a survey from Business Group on Health.
As digital health leaders, it’s our responsibility to build clinical trials and research plans that validate digital products for both efficacy and patient usability.
Shortlister has named Fern Health a Top Vendor in Corporate Musculoskeletal Programs for Q4 2020.
Fern Health CEO Travis Bond sat down with Laptop Radio, a show out of Stanford University about entrepreneurship and technology.
A new survey from the U.S. Pain Foundation reveals that people in pain are knowledgeable about and interested in accessing multidisciplinary care – but cost gets in the way.
HR leaders know that the first few weeks – or even days – after a wellness program launch are critical. Here's how to make the most of your program launch.
Research shows that health coaching, like the methods in our Fern Health program, have a significant benefit for helping people recover from musculoskeletal pain.
For those who haven't studied pain neuroscience, the concept can be confusing. Isn't back pain caused by lifting a heavy box the wrong way, or sitting hunched over at a computer for hours on end?