T-mobile announced Tuesday that it will begin selling pregnancy test data for women with pre-existing conditions, which are now required by federal law.
The company also announced that it is changing its policies to make it easier for women to request prenatal testing.
The company’s new policies require a doctor’s approval before a woman can request a pregnancy test.
Women who do not have a physician’s permission to receive prenatal testing must obtain it through a third-party provider.
T-Mobile previously sold fetal DNA tests, which the company said it stopped selling in July, but customers who wanted to get the test could still order the test.
The move comes on the heels of a series of news stories that showed how the company was struggling to find qualified doctors to perform prenatal tests.
Earlier this month, the company announced that a former employee who performed abortions had been found dead.
The employee, Ashley Lynn, was found dead in her home in North Carolina.
In August, T-Mob said it was working to hire an outside medical expert to help it find qualified providers to perform fetal tests.
T-Mo also announced last month that it would begin offering a free blood test, which could be used by women to identify the presence of gestational diabetes, in its clinics.