Roundup 9.3

As the Biden administration announces a new office for Health Equity and Climate Change, questions of geographic, financial, and racial divides in maternal health populations are top of mind for industry leaders. Technology could be a solution, but reimbursement and equitable delivery remain a concern. 

9/1 , State of Reform: Leaders discuss key strategies to payment parity in Virginia health care

8/31, Patient Engagement HIT: HHS Sets Up Office of Health Equity, Climate Change

8/30, Stat News: A perfect storm: Climate disasters are magnifying the U.S.’s maternal health crisis

8/30, Business Facilities: Real-Time Data Drives Post-Pandemic Health Care

8/27, JAMA Health Forum: Paying for Telemedicine in Smaller Rural Hospitals:
Extending the Technology to Those Who Benefit Most

8/25, CNN: Visualizing the stark maternal health inequities in the United States

8/23, Healthcare Innovation: Inception Health Team Creates Pyramid Model for Deploying Digital Therapeutics

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