Remote Nurse Monitoring
Supplement Your Doctor’s Care With Remote Nurse Monitoring
In these days of self-quarantine and social distancing, most OB/GYN offices are spacing out patient appointments and trying to provide as much care as possible by telemedicine. Expectant moms are turning to the American Pregnancy Association to answer a variety of questions concerning all aspects of their pregnancy journey. APA sponsor, Fetal Life, creators of the myFetalLife app, are now offering their remote nurse monitoring service, Pregnant Mommy Monitoring, to help women manage their pregnancies and general health. To help pregnant moms during this critical time, Fetal Life is dropping its monthly monitoring fee from $9.99/month to $2.99/month for the next 1,000 registrants beginning April 6.
By combining doctor-approved care protocols with the information the myFetalLife app monitors, registered nurses are able to answer specific questions regarding an individual’s case and help monitor their baby’s wellness. Fetal Life has also introduced a self-quarantine care plan, so that pregnant mothers can monitor their health if they have concerns about coronavirus.
“Our goal is to help expectant mothers make informed calls about their pregnancy and ensure their baby is safe through a remote manner,” said Swati Shah, CEO of Fetal Life, LLC. “They will have the support of remote nurses, especially during a time when gaining such support can be difficult.”
Fetal Life also introduced a self-quarantine care plan, so that pregnant mothers can monitor their health if they have concerns about coronavirus.
Download the app or learn more by clicking myFetalLife.
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