Babyscripts Virtual Care Resource Center

Educating Through Virtual Care in a Time of Crisis

Mar 24, 2020 12:17:46 PM / by The Babyscripts Team posted in Patient Education, COVID-19

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We fear what we don’t know, and the unknowns surrounding coronavirus are myriad. Lack of information on the nature of COVID-19 has affected pregnant women in particular, a population whose normal responses are already compromised by their unique situation. 

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Disaster Response: Keeping Patients Up-To-Date Through Virtual Care

Mar 18, 2020 4:53:06 PM / by The Babyscripts Team posted in Patient Education, Custom Campaigns, Babyscripts, COVID-19, Customer Story

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Originally published 3/6/2020

As Novel Coronavirus 2019 spreads in the US, the need to communicate accurate, up-to-date information to patients is a top priority for providers.

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Babyscripts Gets The Feminine Touch

Jul 11, 2019 12:11:00 PM / by The Babyscripts Team posted in Patient Education, Virtual Care, Babyscripts

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What Do Patients Want to Know? Five Commonly Asked Questions About Babyscripts

Jun 6, 2019 11:27:00 AM / by The Babyscripts Team posted in Patient Education, Babyscripts

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Staying Healthy During the Holidays: A Babyscripts Exercise in Patient Engagement

Nov 28, 2017 9:09:00 AM / by The Babyscripts Team posted in Patient Education, Custom Campaigns

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Increased digital touch-points with your OBGYN as a means for minimizing the risk of complications

Oct 1, 2017 4:48:00 PM / by The Babyscripts Team posted in Patient Education, Remote Patient Monitoring, Virtual Care

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Think about this: In a typical low-risk pregnancy, a woman has physical appointments with her OBGYN about every four weeks in the first and second trimester, every two weeks in the third, until the last four weeks, when she comes in every week. If she has questions or concerns in-between appointments, she’ll have to call and wait to speak to someone or physically make an appointment to come in. This schedule has remained the same for the last seven decades.

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