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As Covid wanes, lawmakers are considering permanent expansion of pandemic era reimbursement codes; and health systems face competition from new care models taking on capitated risk. Questions of health equity continue to dominate the healthcare industry, and experts push for Medicaid expansion to reduce disparity.  

4/30, Center for American Progress: States’ Essential Health Benefits Coverage Could Advance Maternal Health Equity

4/29, The Atlantic: Closing the Health Equity Gap

4/29, BBC News: Miscarriage rates over 40% higher in black women, study suggests

4/27, Cost of Care (podcast): Redesigning Maternity Care With Technology

4/26, NPR: As Pregnancy Deaths Rise in the US, Experts Say Expanding Medicaid is Key 

4/26, HIT Consultant: 4 Ways Health Systems Need To Reinvent Themselves to Compete

4/16, Health Affairs: Respectful Maternity Care: Shifting Medical Education And Practice Toward An Anti-Racist Framework

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4/22, Byrdie: Understanding the Connection Between IUDs and Acne

 

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