Roundup 7.22In the news, the personal tragedies of the maternal health landscape are on display in a new documentary by two fathers suffering the loss of their partners. Rural hospitals struggle to get the funds and number of births necessary to maintain OB services, while diversity in the hospital labor force is linked to equitable outcomes. Plus, Baystate Health uses Babyscripts to provide life-saving care to patients. 

7/21, Patient Engagement HIT: How Maternal Health Disparities Drive Abysmal US Maternal Mortality

7/20, NBC: Nurse diversity linked to a reduced risk of maternal health issues, study finds

7/20, Forbes: ‘Aftershock’ Documentary Aims To Stop The Black Maternal Health Crisis And Shift Birthing Culture

7/19, New York Times: ‘History Is Everything’: Making a Film About Black Maternal Mortality

7/18, Modern Healthcare: Rural hospitals struggle to maintain obstetrics services

7/12, The Philadelphia Inquirer: America's racist maternal mortality crisis races back to Philadelphia

In Babyscripts News: 

TIPQC: Health Mom, Healthy Baby Podcast ft. Dr. Lauren Demosthenes

Baystate Health: Life-saving Babyscripts app provides peace of mind to mothers

PR Web: Babyscripts Welcomes New Board Member, Sheila Schweitzer; EVP of Revenue, Shellé Jones

Upcoming event: Catalyzing the Care Team: New Babyscripts features to help you focus on the patient

Register For Catalyzing the Care Team Webinar

Submit a comment