Behavioral health and social risk concerns continue to occupy the maternal health industry as new standards for risk identification and screening are proposed, as well as new equity measures. Questions of reimbursement pose challenges for navigating the digital health landscape, plus new research shows the value of BP monitoring for predicting and managing prenatal complications.

9/21, PR Web: Moms' Ability to 'Remember' Prior Pregnancies Suggests New Strategies for Preventing Complications

9/20: The Journal Record: As rural hospitals close maternity wards, patients look for options

9/19, Modern Healthcare: NCQA health plan quality ratings include new equity measure

9/18, Managed Healthcare Executive: Navigating the Reimbursement Landscape in the Digital Health Era

9/18, Clinical Advisor: Early BP Patterns Predict Preeclampsia and Gestational Hypertension in Low-to-Moderate Risk Pregnancies

9/15, Healthcare Dive: CMMI teases new behavioral, maternal health models launching this year

Resources:

AMA: Future of Health Commercial Payer Coverage for Digital Medicine Codes

AHA: Best Practices for Equitable Maternal Care 

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