An oversaturated market and strained economy are driving virtual care innovators to demonstrate strong differentiators and clear demonstrations of ROI. Patient engagement is of critical importance, demonstrating the value of remote patient monitoring to supplement audio/visual-only solutions for primary care that do not adequately encourage user engagement or trust. Plus, US News & World Report releases a report on the best hospitals for maternity care in the US, highlighting the importance of mental health care offerings for mothers.

12/8, Forbes: How Remote Primary Care Can Close The Home Healthcare Delivery Gap

12/6, Becker's Hospital Review: US News names 2022-23 Best Hospitals for Maternity Care

12/1: The New York Times: What it really takes to breastfeed a baby

11/29, Forbes: Healthcare Organizations Are Finding Novel Uses For Virtual Health Technology

11/28, MM+M: Most patients say their healthcare provider’s digital tools are underwhelming, survey finds

11/28, Becker's Hospital Review: More health systems charging for MyChart messages

Center for Connected Medicine: Report: Patient access is ‘Top of Mind’ at health systems for second year in a row

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