Dr Ellen Stang of ProgenyHealth: In Light Of The Pandemic, Here Are The 5 Things We Need To Do To Improve The US Healthcare System
Mental health and physical health services are equally important and contribute to overall health and well-being. It is important to screen all caregivers for their mental well-being and moms in particular, for post-partum depression. Should there be any concerns identified, this will allow for timely interventions and support. Ensuring the mental and physical health of all moms and caregivers will allow them to be fully present and able to care for their children and families.
Dr. Ellie Stang, a board-certified pediatrician and founder and CEO of ProgenyHealth, a healthcare company that applies evidence-based care management solutions to improve outcomes for premature and medically complex newborns, discusses how American women die in childbirth at a higher rate than in any other developed country, social determinants of health (SDOH), and how payers can effectively manage high-cost scenarios that require specialized expertise.
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Ellen (Ellie) Stang, MD is a board-certified pediatrician, and the founder, board member, and CEO of ProgenyHealth®, which addresses the need for improved care management and health outcomes for preterm and medically complex newborns.
ProgenyHealth, LLC, a provider of comprehensive NICU care management for premature and medically complex newborns, today announced the release of a special industry report detailing how race and social determinants impact maternal and infant health.
Profile | Ellie Stang, MD, CEO
I knew I wanted to pursue a career in medicine from a very young age and was first exposed to HIT as a private practice physician. Our team used the EHR as an electronic repository and billing platform, but I saw the real power of technology when I moved into Medicaid managed care.
The Health Care Blog | Ellie Stang, MD, CEO
Becoming a new mother in America is more dangerous for some mothers than it should be. Each year, 700 women die in childbirth or from pregnancy-related causes in the United States, the highest number of any developed nation.
Managed care organizations must ensure that all of their members—including their youngest—receive the most equitable start in life. | Ellie Stang, MD, CEO
Despite great advances in the U.S. medical community, lack of health equity denies too many Americans the opportunity to have as healthy a lifestyle as possible. Before a baby’s very first breath, socioeconomic factors way beyond their control will play an irrevocable role in their long-term health and well-being.
Opportunities to Support Optimal Health for Children in Medicaid Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic | Linda Genen, MD, MPH, CMO
COVID-19 affects all segments of the population in the United States, including children, who experience physical, social, and emotional consequences from the pandemic.1 Given substantially higher rates of COVID-19 infections and deaths in low-income communities and communities of color, the disproportionate impact of social determinants may widen health disparities as a result of the pandemic.
ProgenyHealth, LLC, provider of comprehensive NICU care management for premature and medically complex newborns, today announced the appointment of Leslie V. Norwalk to its board of managers.
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Improving NICU Outcomes
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