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8/20/2021 The State of Maternity Care and Digital Health Tech

Aug 20, 2021 10:34:46 AM / by The Babyscripts Team

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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.

8/18, MobiHealth News: New partnership gives Privia Health access to Babyscripts' remote monitoring tools and educational content

8/16, STAT News: A country-wide collaboration to address the maternal health crisis

8/11, Health Affairs: Addressing The Maternal Health Crisis Through Improved Data Infrastructure: Guiding Principles For Progress

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

8/2, AMA: Why telehealth visits shouldn’t mean skipping BP measurement

Inc.: 3 Predictions for the Future of Health Care Innovation From a Hospital CEO

Consumer Corner (feat. Dr. Lauren Demosthenes, Babyscripts Senior Medical Director):

Romper: Partners Experiencing Sympathetic Pregnancy Is Not As Weird As You Might Think

The Everymom: How a Lip or Tongue Tie Can Make Breastfeeding Difficult—Plus, Signs to Look Out For


The Michigan Plan for Appropriate Tailored Health Care in Pregnancy Prenatal Care Recommendations

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