Major Care™ Enterprise Solutions​

Together, we can support families during pregnancy and postpartum to better outcomes while reducing costs for healthcare organizations and employers.

Integrated Doula Care

Healthcare Organizations

As doulas become reimbursable state-by-state, organizations are looking for doula-specific solutions given the evidence behind the efficacy and outcomes of doula care and the need for non-OBGYN patient support and navigation.

Birth rates are rising — the Millennial “Millie Baby Boom” has officially began with a 3% increase in live births in 2021 as well as 2022; the highest rate of growth since 2013 — while our outcomes worsen in the fourth trimester,  maternal care deserts increase, and over-use of the ER for basic postpartum needs continues to grow (85% of intakes are unnecessary).

Our evidence-based solution provides proactive and responsive care through SMS text and video with certified doulas as well as access to local resources and in-person birth doula coordination. By focusing on education, support, screening and early identification and intervention, we help new families thrive while minimizing escalated preventable clinical care issues.

Contact us below to learn how Major Care can play a vital role in your organization.


Getting home from the hospital is only the beginning of a postpartum journey. Seventy-five percent of new mothers will transition back to work within 3-6 months after giving birth, with 25% returning after two weeks. Yet many will opt-out within the first year. To prevent absenteeism and unnecessary turnover, new parents require a personalized combination of tactical and emotional support.

Contact us below to learn how our platform of dedicated continuous remote postpartum doula care, combined with our My Fourth postpartum app for parents, can support your team while helping you retain top talent and reduce costs in the process.


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