Improving Access to Care for Rural Maternity Patients

Posted by Noteworth on May 28, 2021 2:58:06 PM

When it comes to maternal care, women living in rural areas in the U.S. face higher mortality and morbidity rates than those living in urban areas. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that rural areas had a pregnancy-related mortality ratio of 29.4 per 100,000 live births, versus 18.2 in urban areas in 2015. Another study cited that rural residents had a nine percent greater probability of severe maternal morbidity and mortality compared with urban residents.  

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Topics: social determinants of health, remote patient monitoring, HRSA, access to care, rural healthcare, maternal health

How to Meet HRSA-funded Hypertension Control Program Goals

Posted by Noteworth on May 20, 2021 5:11:35 PM

Hypertension is costly to the healthcare system. Patients with high blood pressure (compared to those without), had 2.5 times the outpatient costs, nearly double the outpatient costs, and nearly triple the prescription medication expenditures. 

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Topics: social determinants of health, chronic care management, remote patient monitoring, HRSA

Revolutionizing Remote Patient Monitoring In 2021

Posted by Noteworth on Jan 25, 2021 8:15:00 AM

With just over 500,000 doctors in the United States and over 328 million citizens it stands to reason that some form of remote healthcare diagnostics is required in order to keep up with the demand. This is what drives the innovations around telemedicine and remote patient monitoring.

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Topics: digital medicine, patient care journey, remote patient monitoring

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