A recent Health Policy Forum blog post highlights the success of Partners' Center for Connected Health program involving text messaging expectant mothers to improve the health of their newborn babies. The study measured the success of a text message campaign aimed at expectant mothers in Lynn, Massachusetts. The text messages reminded the women about appointments and how to improve their own prenatal health.

The study was based off of a national campaign to improve the health of expectant mothers and their babies, called Text4Baby.

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