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OB Hypertension Sprint: Improvements in Prevention & Identification

May 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Presentation:¬†Hypertension in pregnancy and particularly postpartum is an area of Dr. Sabol’s clinical and research expertise. At UMMC Dr. Sabol implemented a postpartum home blood pressure monitoring program for patients with chronic hypertension and hypertensive disorders of pregnancy called Home Observation of Postpartum Elevated Blood Pressure (HOPE-BP). This program run by Dr. Sabol and her Maternal Fetal Medicine nursing team monitors the blood pressures of participating patients twice daily through 6 weeks postpartum. She will be sharing her experience with implementation of this program and its successes as part of our OB Hypertension Sprint on May 15th.

Bio:¬†Dr. Bethany Sabol is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at the University of Minnesota Medical Center. She recently completed her Masters of Applied Science in Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality and is the Vice Chair of Quality and Safety for Obstetrics as well as the Medical Director for Quality & Safety for the Women and Children’s Service Line for MHealth Fairview. She was the co-chair of the MNPQC’s Hypertension in Pregnancy Initiative and she looks forward to chairing the work of this OB Hypertension Sprint.

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