Roundup 7.8New data confirms what the industry suspected: social isolation, shortage of care providers, and other socio-economic factors heightened risk for women during the pandemic with consequences that are still being felt. The industry considers ways to resolve disparities, including infrastructure changes as they invest more heavily in digital health strategies.

7/8, Becker's Health IT: How inflation is affecting health system CIO decisions

7/7, Becker's Hospital Review: OhioHealth to eliminate 637 jobs, its biggest layoff ever

7/6, Contemporary OB/GYN: Hypertension disorders of pregnancy linked to worsened risk of chronic hypertension later in life

7/3, CBS Face the Nation: Racial disparity in maternal mortality rate "one of the biggest challenges of public health," Harvard expert says 

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