Welcome to the improved Angels Guidelines website!
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The Antenatal and Neonatal Guidelines, Education and Learning System (ANGELS) was established in 2003 when two major state agencies, the UAMS College of Medicine and the Arkansas Department of Human Services, combined forces to address rural health care disparities and improve obstetrical and neonatal care across Arkansas. Currently the High Risk Pregnancy Program within the UAMS Institute for Digital Health & Innovation, the program thrives in a collaborative, provider-driven network that focuses on improving obstetrical and neonatal outcomes throughout Arkansas while reducing healthcare expenditures.
Reaching out through a growing real-time, interactive video network, the High Risk Pregnancy Program collaborates with Arkansas’ physicians to develop evidence-based obstetrical and neonatal guidelines. With this combined expertise, the Angels guidelines define best practices to meet the needs of Arkansas women and babies for more than 150 high-risk obstetrical and neonatal conditions.