Babyscripts is the Leader in Maternal Virtual Care Working with Over 50 Health Systems Nationwide
WASHINGTON (PRWEB) APRIL 08, 2020
As providers are increasingly turning to virtual care solutions to monitor their patients amid the COVID-19 outbreak, Babyscripts, the leading virtual care platform for obstetrics, is providing OB-GYNs with a Virtual Maternity Care Playbook that offers in-depth tips on best practices, guidance on implementation, and important resources for OB-GYNs transitioning to virtual care during the pandemic and beyond. The resource is available by request here.
The goal of the Virtual Maternity Care Playbook is to share what Babyscripts’ clinical partners are doing in response to the need for social distancing and reduced in-person interaction, to help other practices safely transition care out of the clinic. This playbook has been reviewed by members of the Babyscripts medical advisory committee of OB-GYNs and healthcare leaders.
Drawing on six years of experience in the space and the experience of providers on the frontlines of health technology adoption, Babyscripts’ Virtual Maternity Care Playbook is a best practice guide for how to stand up virtual care solutions in a condensed time frame, as well as direction on how practices should be thinking about this important transition to virtual care, including the following:
- Alternate 4 and 5 visit schedule templates that Babyscripts customers have adopted in their practices with detailed recommendations.
- Reimbursement guidance for implementing virtual solutions.
- Recommendations for patient education and data point collection in between in-person visits, to support patients and better identify moments of risk.
- Best practices for virtual care for high risk patients, including those at heightened risk for diabetes and blood pressure related complications.
- Recommendations for implementing telemedicine, video visits.
Babyscripts recently announced that they are working with OB-GYN practices nationwide to implement dramatically revised in-person office visits from the standard 12-14 down to 4-6, keeping expecting moms out of the clinic through the use of remote monitoring solutions and digital tools. The Virtual Maternity Care Playbook offers guidance for OB-GYN practices looking to make similar transitions.
Babyscripts is a company delivering a new model for prenatal and postpartum care that is transforming the way expectant mothers use technology to work with their healthcare providers. We’ve spent the last six years 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 http://www.babyscripts.com
The goal of the Virtual Maternity Care Playbook is to share what Babyscripts’ clinical partners are doing in response to the need for social distancing and reduced in-person interaction, to help other practices safely transition care out of the clinic.