In the news, Black Maternal Health Week puts a spotlight on the unique issues facing all minority women giving birth in the U.S., as well as potential strategies for reducing disparities in outcomes. Solutions with proven success struggle to get traction as pandemic-era reimbursements are rolled back and insurers are unwilling to pay. Plus, CEO Anish Sebastian shares his thoughts on the value of remote blood pressure monitoring for making an immediate positive impact on maternal health outcomes. 

4/21, WBUR: America's Black maternal health crisis and how to fix it

4/20, Healthcare Finance: Providers need to be aware of CPT coding changes to get paid

4/19, The Washington Informer: WIC Remains an Integral Part of Solution for Black Maternal Health

4/18, HHS: HHS Secretary Becerra’s Roundtable on Black Maternal Health

4/17, MobiHealthNews: Why there's no 'one-size-fits-all' for remote monitoring and patient privacy

4/17, STAT News: Free Uber rides helped patients keep their prenatal appointments. Now the company wants insurers to pay for it.

From Babyscripts, 

4/18, Femtech World: Why remote blood pressure monitoring should be the standard for maternal healthcare

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