As we close out the year, healthcare executives opine on industry trends and make predictions for healthcare in 2023. New data from KFF shows rising rates of mental health issues, especially in women of reproductive age; hospitals continue to suffer financial woes; and poll results reveal the public's health priorities for the new congress. As the new year commences, racial disparities in maternal health outcomes are top of mind for stakeholders. 

12/27, ProPublica: She Says Doctors Ignored Her Concerns About Her Pregnancy. For Many Black Women, It’s a Familiar Story.

12/27, NPR: Maternal deaths in the U.S. are staggeringly common. Personal nurses could help

12/22, Second Opinion: I asked a bunch of health-tech experts for their not boring '23 predictions

12/21: Becker's Healthcare Review: What health tech trends CIOs are focused on in 2023

12/20: KFF: Access and Coverage for Mental Health Care: Findings from the 2022 KFF Women’s Health Survey

12/20, KFF: The Public's Health Care Priorities For The New Congress

12/15: Fierce Healthcare: Rural hospital closures have spillover effects for other nearby facilities, researchers warn

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