Mobile Obstetrics Monitoring (MOM)
Philips Mobile Obstetrics Monitoring (MOM) is a software solution that allows community healthcare workers to enhance maternal care in community settings
Philips Mobile Obstetrics Monitoring (MOM) is a software solution that allows community healthcare workers to perform antenatal risk stratification, receive diagnostic assistance, and assess a patient’s progress via a mobile device to enhance maternal care in community settings.
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Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.
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The MOM service features two mobile phone apps. The first app allows midwives to collect vital measurement data such as weight, blood pressure and temperature, and sync it to the MOM web portal. The second lets doctors track this data and review a woman’s pregnancy condition. Specialists at regional primary care centers can also access the data via a MOM web portal to monitor women’s conditions and assess high-risk pregnancies via a dashboard interface.
Users can contact Philips for further information and technical support.
MoM enables end users can review and manage each obstetric case which facilitates timely referral of the patient to an appropriate healthcare center for further management if needed.
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Education and behavior change, human resource management, decision support, data collection & analytics, electronic medical records, Healthcare provider- CHW training, telemedicine/remote diagnostic, stock management, disease surveillance and reporting
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- Mark Schultz, Stephen Ezell, and David Lund. How Innovators Are Solving Global Health Challenges. Innovate4Health
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