Roundup 5.13

ACOG wraps up its Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting, with a heavy focus on the benefits and downsides of technology to address the changing maternal health landscape. Maternal mental health issues gain important exposure as HHS releases a new resource for mothers in crisis, and labor shortages continue to concern the industry as they predict the long-term impact of COVID burnout.

5/11, McKinsey & Company: Assessing the lingering impact of COVID-19 on the nursing workforce

5/8, The Washington Post: The Rise in Perinatal and Postpartum Depression Needs to Be Tackled

5/8, Contemporary OBGYN: Telehealth: a brave new world for ob-gyns

5/6, HHS: HHS Launches New Maternal Mental Health Hotline

5/6, mHealth Intelligence: Understanding Key Telehealth Disparities & Patient-Facing Barriers

5/6, Contemporary OBGYN: Using technology tools for optimal perinatal outcomes

5/3, Patient Engagement HIT: Racial Maternal Health Disparities Apparent in Hypertension, Preeclampsia

5/1, KUNC: Rural hospitals struggling to provide obstetrics care

In Babyscripts news:

Board Member Announcement: Babyscripts Welcomes Linda Elam As First Independent Board Member

New Partnership Announcement: Having a Baby? There's An App for That!

 

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