Healthcare System Value Based Payment
Pregnancy and childbirth are pivotal events in a woman’s life, framed by both the overall care experience and the actual birth event. During pregnancy, women are concerned with many things, including the healthy development of the baby, the labor and birth experience, and how they will take care of themselves and their newborns postpartum. Interactions with the health care system during this time create opportunities to address and allay these concerns by laying a strong foundation for the ongoing health of the woman, her baby, and her family as a whole. Often prenatal care, labor and birth, and postpartum care are viewed and delivered as three distinct periods. However, by viewing them as three phases within one episode, there is a potential for incentivizing the types of interactions and care delivery that support positive outcomes.
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Hudson Valley Collective for Community Wellness
C/O Maternal Infant Services Network
10 Little Britain, Rd., Newburgh, NY 12550
Phone: (845) 561-3575
E-mail: [email protected]
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