Roundup 3.4

New data from the CDC concerning rising maternal mortality rates raises fresh concerns about equitable distribution of care and draws focus to new pathways for supporting vulnerable populations, specifically community-centered care.  As the digital health market continues to boom, industry leaders are questioning the failure of many tools to have an impact on outcomes, showcasing the necessity of clinical evidence and physician input.

3/1, STAT News: Equitable access to digital health innovations requires a systems thinking approach

3/1, Becker's Healthcare: The '5 Ts' of using digital health in a pandemic

2/28, MedCity News: Avoiding the trends trap: Accelerating change in health IT through greater connectedness

2/28, Health Affairs: Digital Therapeutics Should Be Regulated With Gold-Standard Evidence

2/25, Facing South: How community care can address the South's maternal mortality crisis 

2/23, NY Times: Maternal Deaths Rose During the First Year of the Pandemic

2/23, CNN: US sees continued rise in maternal deaths - and ongoing inequities, CDC report shows

2/18, Forbes: The Importance of Engaging Clinicians in Digital Health

 

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