NEW YORK, Oct. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- In the United States, more than 75% of expecting
With approximately 1 out of 2 babies born on corporate health plans, companies, without many federal policies in place around parental leave or postpartum care, are inadvertently in the driver's seat in defining maternity care in America.
"Returning to work after maternity leave is a crucial part of women's health that folks are just beginning to grapple with in a serious way," says Kate Ryder, Maven's Founder and CEO. "Having served companies for two years with our return-to-work program, Maven is committed to continuing to deliver best-in-class care in this area—and drive this important conversation forward in a meaningful way."
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About Maven: Maven is the digital clinic for women, giving on-demand access to its proprietary network of best-in-class women's health practitioners via video or private text. Maven operates both an on-demand consumer marketplace in addition to its family benefits platform, Maven Maternity, which offers clinical programs around fertility, prenatal, postpartum, and return-to-work. Maven has helped over 100,000 women get care, and works with employers with as few as 200 and as many as 200,000 employees. Maven was founded in 2014 by Katherine Ryder and has raised more than $15m.
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