Providers are putting money on the line to get digital tools into the hands of their patients, while payers are reluctant to reimburse for non-traditional tools. As COVID measures expire, healthcare need to stay up to date on rules and policies effecting implementation and reimbursement of solutions. Plus, the Joint Commission highlights health equity and mental health as priorities for maternal healthcare providers in 2023. 

1/24, STAT: Technology could improve pregnancy care for low-income patients — if health systems can pay for it

1/24, ABC News: First responders are being trained on OBGYN emergencies to help fill gaps in rural America

1/23, Healthcare IT News: Three 2023 telemedicine trends that advance the 'new normal' in healthcare

1/23, Healthcare Exec Intelligence: Challenges, Opportunities of Digital Health in Health Insurance

1/18, New York Times: ‘I Don’t Want to Die’: Fighting Maternal Mortality Among Black Women

1/18, Becker's Hospital Review: Joint Commission issues 2 alerts on maternal health disparities

1/16, Second Opinion: The rules, laws, and policy digital health needs to know to stay ahead this year

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