Bonding with Infants in the NICU during COVID

Posted by Dr. Kelly Follett on Apr 20, 2021 8:42:49 AM

Bonding with a newborn after delivery is more than a sacred maternal rite of passage. Those first moments and the days that follow the delivery form a strong attachment between newborns and parent(s) or primary caregiver. Even when medical care interrupts this bonding process, smiling faces establish a deep human connection for the infant to feel she is welcome in this world.

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Topics: newborn, NICU outcomes, pediatrics, preterm birth

Are Your Clients Covered?

Posted by Ann Kent on Apr 8, 2021 8:55:54 AM

As an organization offering self-insured options to employers, you likely manage some mix of provider networks, quality of care, utilization management, case management, health care analytics, plan administration and more. But what if one of your clients faced a premature or medically complex birth? Do they have access to specialized NICU Care Management?

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Topics: business, health insurance, healthcare quality, NICU collaboration, NICU length of stay, NICU outcomes, The Business of Health Care, value of expertise

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