New AHA case study: Engaging mothers through technology

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New AHA case study: Engaging mothers through technology
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Oct 7, 2020

Pittsburgh’s UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital adopted a variety of technologies to improve clinical outcomes and promote greater patient engagement. The hospital targets prenatal and postpartum hypertension control through the use of apps and remote monitoring.

Synchronous video visits expand access to maternal fetal specialists for patients in rural areas, resulting in reduced C-section rates and prematurity in babies. Read more in this AHA Members in Action case study.

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New AHA case study: Engaging mothers through technology
tjordan_drupal
Oct 7, 2020

Pittsburgh’s UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital adopted a variety of technologies to improve clinical outcomes and promote greater patient engagement. The hospital targets prenatal and postpartum hypertension control through the use of apps and remote monitoring.

Synchronous video visits expand access to maternal fetal specialists for patients in rural areas, resulting in reduced C-section rates and prematurity in babies. Read more in this AHA Members in Action case study.

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