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Maternal-Fetal Medicine Grant Opportunity

Join one of the nation's leading inpatient, telemedicine, multi-specialty physician groups in a one-year study.

Designed by physician leaders. For hospitals. For patients.

The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine has awarded Access Physicians, one of the nation’s leading inpatient, telemedicine, multispecialty physician groups, a one-year grant to study the impact of inpatient maternal-fetal telemedicine on perinatal outcomes.

Sina Haeri, M.D., MHSA, FACOG, chief, maternal-fetal medicine at Access Physicians, is leading the study with collaborators at the University of Pennsylvania.

We are currently seeking hospitals to participate in the study.

ELIGIBLE HOSPITALS:

Hospitals must currently provide labor and delivery services.

In addition, hospitals are eligible to participate if they:

  • Currently have an inpatient tele-MFM program (with any telemedicine vendor).
  • Are interested in implementing inpatient MFM telemedicine to enhance the care of high-risk pregnant women and babies. Depending on the facility’s needs and capacity, Access Physicians can implement an inpatient MFM telemedicine program with any or all of the following components:
  • 24/7 inpatient specialist availability.
  • Ultrasound interpretation (following remote training of on-staff sonographers in radiology).
  • On-going sonographer feedback/QC and monthly CME.
  • Monthly nursing CME.
  • Antepartum rounding.
  • Documentation in the hospital’s native EHR.
  • Operate at maternal levels of care III quality

The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine has awarded Access Physicians, one of the nation’s leading inpatient, telemedicine, multispecialty physician groups, a one-year grant to study the impact of inpatient maternal-fetal telemedicine on perinatal outcomes.

Sina Haeri, M.D., MHSA, FACOG, chief, maternal-fetal medicine at Access Physicians, is leading the study with collaborators at the University of Pennsylvania.

We are currently seeking hospitals to participate in the study.

ELIGIBLE HOSPITALS:

Hospitals must currently provide labor and delivery services.

In addition, hospitals are eligible to participate if they:

  • Currently have an inpatient tele-MFM program (with any telemedicine vendor).
  • Are interested in implementing inpatient MFM telemedicine to enhance the care of high-risk pregnant women and babies. Depending on the facility’s needs and capacity, Access Physicians can implement an inpatient MFM telemedicine program with any or all of the following components:
    • 24/7 inpatient specialist availability.
    • Ultrasound interpretation (following remote training of on-staff sonographers in radiology).
    • On-going sonographer feedback/QC and monthly CME.
    • Monthly nursing CME.
    • Antepartum rounding.
    • Documentation in the hospital’s native EHR.
    • Operate at maternal levels of care III quality

More details are available here.

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More information and details are available on the program.