The convergence of a digital health boom and increased exposure of maternal health issues continues to raise questions about the role of technology in managing pregnancy risk, with a particular focus on blood pressure complications and social determinants of health. Plus, new research out of the University of Michigan promoting flexible, tailored care for pregnant patients represents the first major change in prenatal care delivery recommendations since 1930.
8/16, STAT News: A country-wide collaboration to address the maternal health crisis
8/10, Forbes: The EHR Is Dead. Long Live The EHR Platform (1 Of 2)
8/9, Think Advisor: Blood Pressure and Pregnant Moms
8/9, Harvard Business Review: How AI Could Help Doctors Reduce Maternal Mortality
8/2, Modern Healthcare: Interoperability, social determinants challenges linger
Consumer Corner (feat. Dr. Lauren Demosthenes, Babyscripts Senior Medical Director):