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Health systems are facing new imperatives around virtual care in the face of post-pandemic shifts and new entrants into the field. Mental health concerns and racial equity are shaping legislation and digital innovation across the care spectrum and specifically for pregnancy, and COVID-19 continues to influence patient expectations for care. 

9/30, Worth: How Women Are Embracing Digital Transformation To Take Charge Of Their Own Health

9/29, MedTech Intelligence: Health IT Trends and the Connected Patient Experience

9/28, Becker's Hospital Review: What 'digital front door' means to 25+ providers: 4 things to know

9/26, MedCity News: Why patient control of their own data is the key to health equity

9/23, Insider: New moms are dying at alarming rates in the US, but the hidden crisis is that many of these deaths are suicides

9/21, The Wall Street Journal: The Covid-19 Pandemic Put Many Pregnancy Plans on Hold. Some Women Aren’t Waiting Anymore.

9/20, Contemporary OB/GYN: Government has important role in reducing racial maternal health disparities

9/19, Forbes: Virtual Healthcare Is The Future – If Organizations Can Clear These Hurdles

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