As more information is unveiled revealing the harmful effects of social healthcare disparities on minority groups, efforts are being made to find solutions. New strategies in the digital health space include an emerging government-backed tech program. The industry delves into trends around worsening pregnancy outcomes and increasing risk.
6/23, Forbes: On Mission And Margin: How One Of The Largest Health Systems And Medicaid Providers In The Country Is Approaching Health Equity
6/23, UNC Health: Multicenter Study Funded to Estimate CVD Risk in Pregnant Women and Their Infants
6/22, Medscape: Women With Migraine 'High-Risk' Patients During Pregnancy
6/22, NYU: Declining Treatment During Maternity Care Can Foster Mistreatment, Tension Between Patients and Providers
6/21, NPR: In Health Care, More Money Is Being Spent On Patients' Social Needs. Is It Working?
6/21, Forbes: An Ode To Digital Health: The U.S. Government Is Investing $80 Million To Create A New Public Health Informatics & Technology Program
6/21, mHealth Intelligence: Banner Health Eyes Connected Health Strategy With Digital Health Formulary
6/16, World Health Organization: Caesarean section rates continue to rise, amid growing inequalities in access: WHO
6/15, Forbes: How March Of Dimes Is Taking On The Black Maternal Mortality Crisis
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