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Remote blood pressure monitoring during pregnancy: patient characteristics and clinical impacts

This study will examine uptake and outcome impacts of remote blood pressure monitoring for pregnant women with hypertension in Kaiser Permanente Northern California in 2022-2023, after the initial COVID-19 emergency, to inform ongoing operational and clinical programs.Our primary research questions are: What patient characteristics are associated with use of remote monitoring among eligible patients (compared with non-remote monitoring follow-up) and to what degree does enrollment in and use of remote blood pressure monitoring impact patient health care utilization and/or clinical outcomes.

Investigator: Reed, Mary

Funder: Northern California Community Benefit Programs

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