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Release notes February 2024

W2H Release Notes |

Learn about the latest product updates and enhancements from Way to Health.

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Technologies and touchpoints advancing maternal health equity

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CHTI Innovation Accelerator alumni Healing at Home and Heart Safe Motherhood, which leverage text messaging and remote monitoring, are among several Penn Medicine initiatives that promote better health outcomes and reduce disparities in care delivery for parents in the "fourth trimester." 

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AI-enabled projects chosen for new Innovation Accelerator class

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The 2024 Innovation Accelerator Program winners are eyeSITE, which will deploy cameras with AI-enabled image analysis to prevent blindness among diabetic patients, and C3P3, which will use natural language processing to interpret cervical cancer screening reports faster and more accurately. Seven additional teams will receive other forms of support from CHTI.

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January 2024 Month in Review

Month in Review newsletter |

Each month, we round up news stories and publications about work happening across CHTI. Read the latest issue and subscribe to have the Month in Review sent directly to your inbox.

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Prenatal texting program enables providers to focus on patients who need it most

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Built using Way to Health, the bidirectional text message platform THEA facilitates home-based blood pressure monitoring and provides educational content to pregnant patients. THEA allowed triage nurses to attend to the small subset of patients (6 percent) with abnormal readings and enabled a new care model that reduced the number of care visits needed.