Our new blog, and our renewed commitment to helping all involved in NICU infant care

Posted by Ellen Stang, MD on May 8, 2019 8:07:08 AM

Fulfilling our mission at ProgenyHealth means supporting all those who care about and impact NICU infant health outcomes. Envision a circle, with infants and families at the center, widening to encompass providers, payers, social services, and many others. This is the networked team that must work together to effectively address and overcome the difficulties inherent in managing premature and medically complex infant cases.

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Topics: NICU population health, social determinants of health, NICU best practices

Managing Infants with NAS: How We Develop Our Best Practices

Posted by Andrew Meyer, MD on Apr 30, 2019 8:39:12 AM

In our recently updated Best Practices for Management of Infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS), ProgenyHealth addressed major issues affecting these babies and their families. This new document was researched and developed by the clinical team at ProgenyHealth, which includes neonatologists and pediatricians. The contents were then reviewed and approved by our Medical Advisory Board, a committee of practicing neonatologists from many regions across the U.S., to assure both scientific accuracy and consistency with current clinical practice patterns.

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Topics: neonatal abstinence syndrome, NICU population health, NICU best practices, opioid crisis

Clinical Conversations Deliver Healthy NICU Outcomes

Posted by Andrew Meyer, MD on Jul 17, 2017 10:27:00 AM

When I joined ProgenyHealth as a Medical Director, one of the aspects of the job that I found most appealing was the ability to do meaningful outreach with other neonatologists across the country. Having taken care of many medically complex babies as an attending physician in a NICU for over eight years, I believe I have a good understanding of what physicians in the community are going through and the challenges they are facing.

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Topics: collaboration, neonatal abstinence syndrome, NICU collaboration, NICU population health, NICU best practices