As financial pressures and changing consumer expectations continue to affect the healthcare landscape, policy-makers and patients are taking a bigger role in bettering maternal health outcomes. Stakeholders are exploring creative pathways for increasing support for mothers and improving access, including digital health as a connective network to offer more holistic services to patients. 

8/05, Washington Business Journal: Here's how businesses can offer a strong remedy to health inequities

8/03, Fierce Healthcare: Better coordination between Medicaid, USDA nutrition program could improve maternal outcomes, survey finds

8/2022, Health Affairs: Patients Lift Their Voices To Advance Maternal Health

7/28, Fierce Healthcare: House overwhelmingly passes key telehealth extension bill

7/26, Becker's Hospital Review: 1 person's innovation is another person's disruption, CIO says

7/26, CMS: CMS Releases Maternity Care Action Plan to Implement Biden-Harris Maternal Health Blueprint; Launches Industry Call to Action

7/26, Annals of Internal Medicine: Telehealth Strategies for the Delivery of Maternal Health Care

7/25, KevinMD: My blood pressure spike on postpartum day 3

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