The Wyoming Department of Health recently rolled out a new mobile phone app intended to provide health tracking and management tools to families across Wyoming. The app’s features include height and weight trackers, as well as feeding and growth trackers for pregnant moms and newborns. By entering their zip code, residents can also access local resources.
Dr. James Bush, Wyoming’s Medicaid director, said the app initially began as a project solely for pregnant women, but has since expanded, and is designed to work well for Wyomingites from all stages of life.
“[The app’s designers] exceeded that initial, more limited vision, because they built it for basically conception through death, so every age is covered in this app.” Bush Said.
The free app can be found on both the Apple App store and the Google Play store by searching “Family Health Wildflower,” or by texting Family to 307-317-0819.