Welltok has over years of experience conducting public health outreach as well as a proven track record of increasing compliance rates for flu and multi-dose childhood vaccines across all populations.
Fremont, CA: With the greatest public health crisis of our time, it is the responsibility of every healthcare organization to accelerate COVID-19 testing and vaccine awareness and education campaigns. Welltok, the consumer activation company, is playing a pivotal role as the communications engine for a number of the largest stakeholders across the healthcare industry. Welltok's secure platform, featuring a huge consumer database, predictive analytics, and integrated nine-channel outreach engine, together with a team of engagement experts, is capable of efficiently and effectively reach populations and drive them to take actions like getting tested or vaccinated.
Welltok has over years of experience conducting public health outreach as well as a proven track record of increasing compliance rates for flu and multi-dose childhood vaccines across all populations. It has also been helping clients distribute important COVID-19 updates and information since the beginning of the pandemic utilizing multiple channels like text, social media, postcards, automated calls (IVR), email and web/mobile apps. To date, Welltok has implemented millions of outreaches on behalf of health plans, employers, health systems, pharmacies and more to keep consumers informed about COVID-19 and engaged in health and wellbeing activities.
"Most organizations lack the ability to leverage consumer data and industrial-grade integrated technology for predictive analytics and multi-channel engagement such as those used by our experts to drive consumer activation at the massive scale COVID-19 requires," stated Bob Fabbio, CEO of Welltok. "This is where Welltok really shines. We have dramatically improved the delivery of relevant and personalized content that maximizes reach and activation for everything from providing educational information and improving wellbeing to closing gaps in care and getting immunized."