In the news, discussions of access move beyond broadband to include incorporation of community resources and support. Stakeholders look for creative ways to reimburse for digital health and other tools to combat a growing maternity care crisis, including new initiatives in New York to support postpartum mothers. Plus, new outcomes from Babyscripts and LCMC Health around compliance to postpartum care measures. 

3/30, Managed Healthcare Executive: How Rural Hospitals Are Benefiting from Remote Patient Monitoring

3/30, MedCity News: Increasing connectivity to address health disparities requires more than expanding broadband access

3/29, Becker's Health IT: Physicians spending nearly 2 hours a day on EHR tasks outside work

3/28, Forbes: How The Right Digital Health Tools Can Help Providers Operate At The Top Of Their License

3/27, CNN: NYC aims to reduce racial inequities in maternal health care by offering free access to doulas

3/21, Health Payer Intelligence: Value-Based Care Models That Could Lower Maternal Care Costs

3/18, Fierce Healthcare: HIMSS 2022: Boost interoperability to survive in value-based care, healthcare execs say

Babyscripts in the News: LCMC Health Delivers Remote Pregnancy Care to More Than 1,200 Mothers Through Babyscripts

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