Experienced neonatologists and NICU / pediatric nurses: helping our colleagues on the front-lines of care

Supporting clinical best practices for the most complex newborn cases. Sharing our nationwide NICU experience and knowledge. That’s how ProgenyHealth collaborates with our peers.


Patient-centered, physician-developed NICU Utilization Management

It takes an experienced, specialized clinical team to care for the most challenging neonatal cases. That’s why pediatrician, Dr. Ellen Stang, founded ProgenyHealth. Our team of neonatologists and NICU / pediatric nurses perform UM the right way: by collaborating with providers, proactively, to support the clinical decisions they make each day. We share our experience gained from managing over 70,000 NICU cases to-date coupled with the latest clinical best practices from recognized, peer-reviewed literature.

Together, we’re working to improve the health outcomes of high risk newborns.

"As the only company that focuses solely on the support of affected NICU infants and their families, ProgenyHealth recognizes how important it is for our clinical staff to work closely with the physicians, nurses and other staff in the hospitals and offices that provide the direct care to our population.

ProgenyHealth employs full-time neonatologists and pediatric intensivists, some of whom still provide NICU coverage in their private practices, to perform utilization review and medical management services, review the progression of care of NICU infants, and to speak with their peer neonatologists at the facilities if there are questions or concerns.  This true peer-to-peer capability differentiates Progeny from other care management organizations and provides the knowledgeable, respectful interactions that the practicing physician deserves."
Linda Genen, MD ProgenyHealth
Linda Genen, MD, MPH
Chief Medical Officer

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