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“With Babyscripts, we can communicate with patients between office visits and collect vital data that could lead to improved quality of care."

- Dr. Tamika C. Auguste, Director OBGYN Simulation at MedStar Washington Hospital Center

The Customer

MedStar Health is the largest healthcare provider in the Maryland and Washington, D.C. region, caring for more than half a million patients. The Medstar Health System includes MedStar’s 10 hospitals, the MedStar Health Research Institute, and MedStar Medical Group.

The Objectives

1. Introduce innovation into the system
2. Create a unique and differentiated OB service in the DC marketplace
3. Improve the bottom line

The Outcomes

Working with MedStar’s Institute for Innovation (MI2) as a key sponsor, Babyscripts was able to successfully onboard patients at four hospital locations and measure high levels of patient engagement and satisfaction. Babyscripts is extending the implementation at two practices to further measure ROI.

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“Digital and mobile health technology is ushering a new era of powerful tools that can enable physicians to deliver better care to patients. Babyscripts empowers clinicians to harness technology to generate the processes that will reinvent the practice of pre-natal care.”

- Dr. Nihar Ganju, Faculty GW-MFA




The Customer

The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates is the largest independent physician practice in the Washington DC metro region with more than 750 providers.

The Objectives

1. Increase research in mobile digital technologies
2. Improve patient engagement in an urban environment
3. Differentiate their OBGYN practice in the highly competitive DC market
4. Optimize an overburdened workflow

The Outcomes

After an initial pilot that demonstrated high compliance and patient satisfaction, Babyscripts began working with GW-MFA in July 2015 on an IRB-approved, fully funded research project. So far Babyscripts has detected 2 cases of Gestational Hypertension, 1 case of Postpartum Preeclampsia, and 1 case of Intrauterine Growth Restriction (IUGR).

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