Seven in Seven: Digital Solutions for Perinatal Care
Digital Solutions for Perinatal Care
In AHA’s Seven in Seven series, we explore ways 7 health care organizations are using a digital solution to improve access and delivery of perinatal care.
Sarah Carroll, Senior Director, Center for Care Transformation, AVIA
Caroll describes the emerging trends in perinatal digital solutions, and shares success factors.
Christina D Yarrington, M.D., FACOG, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Boston University School of Medicine
Learn how Dr. Yarrington utilizes rimidi to remotely monitor moms, while ensuring equitable access.
Kelly Stevenson, Senior Manager, Inception Health
Stevenson describes how Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin uses Babyscripts, a platform designed to better connect expectant mothers with their doctors and resources.
Trina Jellison, Group Vice President Women and Children’s Institute, Providence St. Joseph Health
Jellison shares how Circle, acquired by Wildflower Health, engages moms and families at Providence St. Joseph Health.
Alisahah Cole, M.D., System Vice President of Population Health Innovation and Policy, CommonSpirit Health®
Dr. Cole shares how CommonSpirit Health uses Docent Health, a consumer engagement and patient navigation technology.
David Ghadisha, M.D., FACOG, Baltimore Regional Director of Women’s Health Services, MedStar Health
Dr. Ghadisha highlights how PeriGen, an obstetric decision support software, contributes to better outcomes.
Mary M. Lussier, RN, BSN, IBCLC, Lactation Services Coordinator, Connecticut Children’s
Mary shares how the use of Keriton, a feeding management, lactation analytics and patient engagement platform, has improved perinatal outcomes.