Reach Healthcare Integrates Zoom to Improve Maternity Service Offering

Healthcare Communications

Zoom Video Communications has been fully incorporated into Reach Healthcare’s Happy Mama App and Platform.

Mothers-to-be and their maternal care professionals now may connect easily thanks to the decision to have Zoom integrated as a working function on their platforms. The mother and carer no longer need to have individual Zoom accounts.

“Zoom Video Communications has been fully incorporated into Reach Healthcare’s Happy Mama App and Platform“

For the entire pregnancy period, all the way up to a year after the baby’s birth, Reach's Happy Mama provides a cutting-edge, individualised solution to the special needs of women.

"Our vision is to foster a strong, healthy, vibrant, and supportive maternal ecosystem by addressing the needs of individuals and multidisciplinary maternal health care teams. We're reaching beyond the current state that singularly focuses on the physical aspect of pregnancy.”

President at Reach, Fran Ayalasomayajula, expressed that “by integrating features such as Zoom, we are innovating new approaches, improving access, as well as the quality of care and outcomes for enhanced maternal health and wellness."

Independent Software Lead at Zoom, Steven Li, said that "Happy Mama is just one of the many examples of how integrating with Zoom can allow you to better serve your customers. Happy Mama is able to connect with families on a simple and easy-to-use platform, allowing them to focus on what really matters."

Chief Executive Officer of the Rural Health Association in Tennessee stated that "seventy-four percent of maternal deaths in Tennessee were determined to be preventable had expectant mothers had better access to services, care coordination, and patient monitoring. We're optimistic that resources like Happy Mama will help us reach more rural women, providing them with critically needed support.”

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