We're altering our regular schedule to deliver you the most recent news in maternal and digital health in advance of Fourth of July weekend.

A new initiative from the ONC seeks to harness EHR datasets to improve maternal health. From the UK, research on the value of data gathered from digital health tools to improve cardiovascular health in postpartum, and the prevalence of birth trauma and need for solutions. Plus, a new white paper from Babyscripts detailing the landscape of digital health for Medicaid maternity populations. 

BMC Medicine, 7/02: Acceptability of data linkage to identify women at risk of postnatal complication

The Conversation, 7/01: The findings of UK birth trauma inquiry show that change is long overdue – here’s what needs to happen now

Healthcare IT News, 6/28: ONC releases draft USCDI+ dataset for maternal health

AMA, 6/25: 4 keys to better manage hypertension in pregnancy

Medscape, 6/25: 'Critical Gaps' Seen in Managing Moms' Postpartum BP

From Babyscripts:

PRWeb, 6/25: Babyscripts Marks 10 Year Anniversary with Guidance for Health Systems and Plans Implementing Digital Health for Medicaid Maternity Populations

PSQH, 6/25: Health Plans Have an Engagement Problem, but Care Providers Can Help

 

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