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Commentary: Improving Care for High-Risk Pregnant Moms and Babies

Sean Daneshmand, MD, shares innovations at Scripps

Dr. Sean Daneshmand, medical director of the maternal-fetal medicine program at Scripps Clinic.

Dr. Sean Daneshmand, medical director of the maternal-fetal medicine program at Scripps Clinic.

Sean Daneshmand, MD, shares innovations at Scripps

Sean Daneshmand, MD, recently wrote a commentary for Becker’s Hospital Review about the urgent need for America’s hospitals and health systems to improve care for moms and babies going through high-risk pregnancies. Dr. Daneshmand noted two key advances at Scripps to help provide the high level of specialized medical and mental health care needed by this vulnerable population.

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