Maven is the first global virtual care model that addresses outdated practices to better to serve women’s health and family wellness.
Providing comprehensive, individualised healthcare assistance for a single person or their family, Maven bridges the gaps in care regarding fertility, post-partum matters, paediatric support, and more. They utilise a scientific advisory board to provide holistic healthcare options, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or age. Serving over 175 countries and providing care content in 30 different languages, Maven will cater to each user. Once signed up, users will be matched with their care advocate, who is there for video calls, messaging, providing referrals and helping connect them with the best specialist.
Maven users can enjoy on-demand video appointments with specialists in over 30 areas, in addition to 24/7 access to telehealth and tailored educational content. For example, if a parent is struggling with bedtime for their newborn, Maven will connect them to an infant sleep coach. Additionally, the platform can cooperate with other healthcare plans, allowing individuals to keep seeing the same specialists, but giving them access to a second opinion if they choose to seek one.
The programs provided to users by Maven include family planning programs, egg freezing, breast milk shipping, childcare, paediatric health, and many more. Some family benefit healthcare plans do not include LGBTQ+ families, but Maven seeks to support all families and includes surrogacy and adoption support into their parenthood plans. Employers, health plans and consultants can easily integrate Maven into their culture and give their members free access to this facet of healthcare. It can be challenging for parents to return to work after having a child if they don’t receive the proper support. Employers who have integrated the platform into their work-life culture have seen many benefits, including a 90% return-to-work rate and a 70% increase in productivity. Not only can Maven be used for businesses or organisations, but individuals can also sign up for themselves or their whole family and can pay per video appointment, which is lower than the cost of most co-pays.