Education is crucial for addressing maternal hemorrhage and hypertension. The Joint Commission's new requirements aim to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality rates.  Our patient education includes consistency, accuracy, and unbiased information, leaving patients informed about possible health risks. By prioritizing education, hospitals can improve outcomes, reduce maternal morbidity and mortality rates, and ensure that patients receive the necessary information to effectively manage their conditions.

We have compiled examples to assist you and your hospital in fulfilling the requirements of the Joint Commission.

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The Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative ensures timely and appropriate care for mothers and newborns in maternity facilities, promoting optimal feeding for newborns to enhance their health and development. It protects, promotes, and supports breastfeeding while respecting mothers' preferences and providing unbiased information about infant feeding. The initiative encourages hospitals to promote and support breastfeeding, and the designation serves as recognition for their commitment to this cause. View our Baby Friendly mapping guide here.

Our content is rigorously vetted and supported by evidence-based research. Board-certified professionals review and adhere to recommendations from reputable organizations such as the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Evidence Based Birth (EVB). References for specific topics are available upon request.

HCAHPS scores enable objective hospital comparisons, inform patients about care quality, and incentivize competition on patient satisfaction. It's a survey measuring patient experience on communication, pain management, cleanliness, and overall satisfaction. Results are used nationally to evaluate hospitals.

Baby360 aids in achieving optimal HCAHPS scores by utilizing common terminology in patient education. By familiarizing patients with the language and concepts used in the patient satisfaction questions they will encounter post-discharge, Baby360 facilitates better understanding and engagement. This approach improves the likelihood of receiving higher scores on HCAHPS surveys, ultimately leading to improved patient satisfaction and health care provider performance.

To ensure complete independence and avoid conflicts of interest, Baby360 does not accept external funding, including advertising or sponsorships, apart from our own programs and product sales. We are committed to maintaining the privacy and trust of our customers, which is why we do not provide or sell any customer data to any other organization.

The YoMingo® application is cloud/web-based and is accessible online ( or through the native app (YoMingo) found in iOS and Google Play stores. The app is 100% supported by Baby360. No software or hardware is required and will not be connected to the hospital's network. YoMingo utilizes Microsoft’s Azure for Healthcare Cloud Services, which is based on the use of HIPAA Level IV servers and security protocols and audits specific to the healthcare industry. YoMingo runs on Microsoft Azure PaaS systems. Microsoft manages system patches and upgrades within Microsoft Azure.

Baby360 is committed to using gender-inclusive language in our materials, aligning with national health care initiatives and our own dedication to fostering a more just and inclusive world. We recognize the importance of representing patients from diverse backgrounds in patient education. Research has shown that better representation can help improve health literacy and overcome skepticism. Therefore, our printed and multimedia content is intentionally designed to embrace health diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I). We strive to include a broad range of patients and their experiences, encompassing various races/ethnicities, ages, genders, sexual orientations, family structures, abilities, and socioeconomic statuses.

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