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Healing at Home: applying innovation principles to redesign and optimise postpartum care

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  • Contributors JG codeveloped the methodology described in the article, interpreted the resulting data, managed the drafting and revisions of the manuscript, and was responsible for the overall content as guarantor. KL, RS and LH codeveloped the methodology described in the article, managed the data reporting and were initial contributors to the manuscript. LC, LS and DSD supported the evaluation of the methodology and critically revised manuscript drafts. RR and RMM supported the development of the methodology, interpreted the resulting data, encouraged the drafting of the manuscript and critically revised the manuscript drafts.

  • Funding This work was supported by Penn Medicine’s Centre for Healthcare Innovation through the Innovation Accelerator Grant.

  • Competing interests None declared.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.