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The Real Cost of Poor Maternal Healthcare

The US spends more per capita on health care than any other high-income country, yet experiences the highest rates of maternal mortality and morbidity.


Rethinking Our Approach to Maternal Health

The US is failing mothers, with millions, especially those belonging to ethnic-racial minorities and . . .


The Three P's of Maternal Healthcare

380,000 preterm births occur in the US each year, incurring costs of at least $25.2 billion. Meanwhile the national C-section rate, at 32%, starkly exceeds the 15-19% optimal range suggested by global studies, and rates of maternal mortality continue to rise, with startling disparities based on race and ethnicity.