Roundup 6.24

Health systems and tech vendors are evolving strategies to adapt to the changing economic landscape -- technology will be a part of the future of healthcare, but what role it will play, how it will look, and who will pay for it is still up for debate. New information about the long term effects of hypertension in pregnancy emerge as experts weigh the benefits of self-monitoring blood pressure for managing blood pressure. 

6/24, The Hill: Biden officials detail maternal health crisis plan

6/23, Contemporary OB/GYN: Self-monitoring blood pressure during pregnancy with hypertension

6/21, MobiHealthNews: Study: Many digital health startups lack clinical trials, regulatory filings

6/19, The Shulkin Blog: 18 Predictions for Healthcare 2022-2025

6/15, MedPage Today: Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy Linked to Later Hypertension 

6/10, mHealth Intelligence: How FQHCs Are Combating the Digital Divide in Telehealth, Remote Monitoring

6/10, Medical Economics: Three disruptive digital healthcare trends to watch for the rest of 2022

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6/21, Xealth Blog: Personalizing Care Journeys Through Data

 

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