WASHINGTON, DC, May 3, 2023 –

Babyscripts, the leading virtual care platform for managing obstetrics, today announced the appointment of Andrew Reeve as Executive Vice President of Revenue. In this role, Mr. Reeve will be responsible for accelerating Babyscripts’ strategic partnerships in payer and provider markets. Andrew will lead Babyscripts’ go-to-market strategy and functions driving market share, revenue growth, and customer engagement. 

Mr. Reeve has more than two decades of experience and demonstrated success in driving growth for innovative companies, with over 15 years spent in the healthcare industry. Before joining Babyscripts, Andrew held the position of Chief Revenue Officer at Ultromics, an Oxford University spin-out focused on applying artificial intelligence to echocardiography for improved detection and risk-stratification of cardiovascular disease. As the lead US executive, Andrew built the sales, marketing, and customer success functions from scratch, establishing the company’s U.S. market presence and initial customer base. He assisted cardiology provider organizations in leveraging the latest and most innovative technologies for improved and earlier diagnosis of heart disease.

Previously, he served as Senior Vice President of Sales and Business Development at Collective Medical, where he led the build-out of the nation’s largest network for improved care collaboration across the healthcare continuum. As one of the company’s early employees joining in 2016, Andrew oversaw the company’s significant growth with U.S. healthcare providers and payers, culminating in the acquisition of Collective Medical by PointClickCare in December 2020.

“Babyscripts sees the tremendous opportunity for disruption and transformation in the maternity care space,” said Reeve. “Patients are beginning to expect RPM and digital capabilities as part of their provider selection process. Mothers are working. The number of physicians is declining, while demand for healthcare services is increasing.  Babyscripts is targeting the important questions, like how can technology make providers more efficient?  How can we make payers more helpful and timely?  I’m thrilled to be joining them in their mission to drive change forward for mothers.”

Andreew Reeve, Executive Vice President of Revenue

Andrew Reeve, EVP of Revenue at Babyscripts

“Babyscripts’ mission is to deliver the best in maternity care to women, specifically those most at-risk,” said Anish Sebastian, Co-founder and CEO at Babyscripts. “Drew has the expertise, the temperament, and the proven success to make that a reality for mothers in a scalable and cost-effective way. With a wealth of experience that spans Federal and State health, care collaboration, AI, and cardiology; he has the toolbox to position Babyscripts as the most widely-available, comprehensive virtual maternity care solution on the market.”

Andrew holds an MBA from the University of Florida, Warrington College of Business and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Alfred University. With a strong background in sales and business development, Andrew is committed to creating sustainable growth and leveraging innovation and technology to improve the cost and quality of healthcare in the US and globally.

About Babyscripts

Babyscripts is delivering a new model for prenatal and postpartum care that is transforming the way expectant mothers use technology to work with their healthcare providers. Since its inception in 2014,  Babyscripts has been delivering the most-implemented mobile clinical solution for remote monitoring in pregnancy, with the mission to eliminate maternal mortality and improve access to care for all mothers. For more information on our virtual care solution and to request a demo, visit babyscripts.com.

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