Better maternal health outcomes begin with MOM
Generate novel insights on the impact of healthcare interventions in support of pregnant women and
Studying the maternal journey poses many challenges, such as connecting clinical data for mother and infant. Purpose-built for long-term, multi-year pregnancy studies, MOM synchronizes the de-identified healthcare records of nearly 2 million pregnant women with their newborns. This synchronization provides registry-quality data at a fraction of the cost and without the worry of losing participants to follow up, allowing you to explore a more comprehensive patient journey from pre-pregnancy to birth and beyond.
MOM knows best
Only HealthVerity MOM lets you conduct retrospective and prospective pregnancy studies by preserving critical data elements, such as race, ethnicity, maternal age, birth events and pregnancy outcomes by using advanced privacy-preserving techniques.
Hit your due date
Save valuable time with this pre-assembled masterset that empowers you to conduct long-term, multi-year studies on pregnant women from all socioeconomic backgrounds.
Delivering a bundle of data
Gain a thorough perspective of the maternal journey with synchronized medical, pharmacy and enrollment data from over 150 U.S. healthcare payers, including commercial and Medicaid plans, plus lab results, EMR and hospital chargemaster data.
Sync up with MOM
HealthVerity IPGE changes the world for researchers
HealthVerity Co-Founder and COO Andrew Goldberg shares the inside story behind MOM and the groundbreaking techniques that brought her to life.
Maternal Outcomes Masterset (MOM) Part 1
In the first of this two-part series that introduces MOM, learn how the COVID pandemic shed light on the long-standing challenge of generating reliable evidence on drug safety during pregnancy, how MOM overcame the challenge and the questions MOM
Maternal Outcomes Masterset (MOM) Part 2
Part two of this informative webinar series demonstrates how to generate rapid, reliable real-world evidence for pregnancy health with MOM.