• Babyscripts

    Created in 2013
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  • Location

    1201 Connecticut Ave NW #200h, Washington, D.C., DC 20036, USA

    Washington, D.C.

    United States of America

  • Employees

    Scale: 11-50

    Estimated: 60

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  • Added in Motherbase

    4 years ago
  • Value proposition

    Better Pregnancies for All

    Babyscripts is 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 nine 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 babyscripts.com.

    Prenatal Care, Patient Engagement, Mobile Health, Women's Health, Consumerism, Midwifery, Obstetrics, Patient Satisfaction, Precision Medicine, Virtual Care, and Remote Patient Monitoring

  • Babyscripts | Virtual Maternity Care

    Babyscripts is the best-in-class risk detection & education platform to drive better clinical decision-making and care for moms anytime, anywhere.

  • https://babyscripts.com/
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EY Pythagoras
EY Pythagoras
IT Services and IT Consulting
EY Pythagoras
IT Services and IT Consulting

2 May 2019

CB Insights
CB Insights
Consulting, Technology, Information and Internet
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Consulting, Technology, Information and Internet

30 Nov 2022

Finance, Financial Services
Finance, Financial Services

4 Mar 2020

1 week, 2 days ago 7

Preeclampsia affects 5-8% of pregnancies.

Many women develop preeclampsia with no history of blood pressure risk - and a healthy delivery doesn't mean that they are out of danger.

Education + monitoring are crucial for letting women know about their risk + catching issues before they turn fatal.

👇One from the archives for #PreeclampsiaAwarenessDay.

1 week, 2 days ago 23

May 22 is #PreeclampsiaAwareness Day.

When it comes to understanding the signs + symptoms of preeclampsia, mothers face a massive information gap.

The overlap between normal and abnormal symptoms, coupled with an inclination to dismiss or downplay concerns, can lead to serious issues when it comes to identifying preeclampsia before it becomes life-threatening.

RPM for blood pressure + digital education can be the solution.

1 week, 5 days ago 1

Interested in learning more about advancements in #womenshealth? Join @asebastian87, the Future of Health Immersion Program + #AMAStepsForward Innovation Academy on May 31 for an informative discussion on how #digitalhealth is enhancing women’s wellbeing.


1 week, 5 days ago 9

May is #WomensHealth Month, and maternal health gets a much needed spotlight in the news.

Among other news, research from Penn Medicine shows the value of BP monitoring in postpartum for continued health of new mothers, and the Black Maternal Health Caucus re-introduces the #Momnibus Act to target rising maternal mortality.

Black mothers share their birth stories, highlighting persisting systemic problems; and health providers focus on patient engagement to improve outcomes.

Plus, new data from Babyscripts + MemorialCare partnerships confirms the value of RPM for catching BP-related problems.

2 weeks ago 21

Today is #HypertensionAwareness day.

Hypertension is one of the leading causes of #maternalmortality, yet many women of reproductive age aren't aware of their risk until complications arise.

Many of these complications are preventable with understanding and appropriate blood pressure management, but education needs to begin before conception, and continue long after childbirth.

We need to stop thinking of maternity care in the limited terms of prenatal and postpartum. Healthy pregnancies rely on looking at women's health more holistically, and not waiting until they are pregnant to address healthy habits and behaviors.

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