Every pregnancy and birth will be unique
When your members read parenting books or talk to other mothers, they’ll form a picture of what to expect from motherhood. But that won’t be their pregnancy, and it won’t be their birth. Every pregnancy and delivery will be unique.
The healthcare system would work best when every birth is the same – but they aren’t. That is why ProgenyHealth is here. Nearly 1 in 10 infants are born prematurely in the US, according to the latest research. We manage care for pregnant women to create the best possible conditions for a successful pregnancy and birth.
ProgenyHealth supports mothers, caregivers and infants throughout the maternity process with our maternity care program. Our goal is to help your members have a healthier pregnancy and delivery. If there are complications or a NICU admission, our Case Managers monitor their newborn’s progress and help the family transition to home. We continue that support in those early months of life.
How we support your members’ pregnancy
Our Case Managers are available to support your members before and during their pregnancy as well as postpartum. We reach out to mothers to provide education, support (especially if a woman has existing health conditions), and help solve life’s challenges. Our work supports mothers, caregivers, infants, and families.
If a newborn is admitted to the NICU
In the event of a NICU admission, our Case Managers reach out to your members and their families during the infant’s inpatient stay. We assess needs, optimize care, and collaborate with hospital staff to support every newborn’s transition from the hospital to home. We match each family with a dedicated Case Manager who provides support during the NICU stay and up to the infant’s first year of life.
Our Case Managers
A ProgenyHealth Case Manager will help your members during their pregnancy and after the baby is home:
- Discussing the plan of care
- Assisting with the doctor’s instructions
- Scheduling appointments
- Explaining health terms or facilitating a second opinion
- Arranging medical equipment
- Ordering medical supplies
- Solving issues with housing, food, and transportation