Well, yes. Because, as we all know, labor and delivery personnel are heartless shrews with no training or experience whatsoever in helping grieving parents. Because the 'cuddle cot' just sprang like a mushroom up out of the floor; it wasn't that someone working on the birthing unit heard about it and got the hospital to purchase one for just that reason.
For that matter, postpartum nurses also have extensive training and experience in grieving after loss and Max' insistence that she needed to be on display in a fishbowl on labor and delivery rather than being moved to a quieter, more secluded room on the postpartum unit made no sense, either.
Speaking of no sense, they were trying to indicate that the baby died in utero due to a major heart defect. News flash: a fetus receives oxygen through its umbilical cord and the heart merely pumps the oxygenated blood through the fetus. A hypoplastic left heart, as they said this baby had, can result in neonatal death and requires major surgery shortly after birth, sometimes even a heart transplant, to keep the baby alive. But, in utero, the lungs are not oxygenating the fetus, the oxygen is simply crossing the placenta into the baby's blood stream and the heart circulates it throughout the body while even diverting most of it away from the lungs. Although, they implied that the baby was stillborn due to the heart defect, that would not be the case in real life. It would not be until it was born and was using its lungs that the lack of ability of the heart to pump oxygenated blood out of the lungs and to the rest of the body could lead to death.