Nurse with patient Coronavirus is pushing the racial disparities at the heart of the maternal health gap into the spotlight, as the challenges of the economically and geographically vulnerable are exacerbated by the outbreak. It's also exposing the benefits of telehealth and remote monitoring as a possible solution to these disparities. Plus, the longterm effects of COVID-19 on telehealth and virtual care: are we looking forward to a new standard of care?

5/7/20, Fierce Healthcare: Virtual Care Has Hit a Turning Point

5/7/20, Home Care: Why Virtual Care is Critical for Rural Patients

5/6/20, Silicon Angle: COVID-19 shocks the digital health market, but the jolt may be positive news

5/6/20, Philadelphia Inquirer: COVID has changed how I will practice medicine, forever

5/5/20, Becker's Hospital Review: Interoperability: The best Mother's Day present money can't buy

5/5/20, WGN9: Chicago's predominantly black neighborhoods seeing lack of maternity care

5/5/20, Washington Post: COVID-19 exposes the need for midwives

5/5/20, NY Times: When Maternity Wards in Black Neighborhoods Disappear

5/4/20, Human Rights Watch: For Maternal Health and Covid-19, a Racial Divide

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