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2019 Women's Health Campaign

Statistics

This map offers key statistics for Women’s Health in your state, including the average appointment wait time.

Medicaid Improves Maternal Health

States that expand their Medicaid programs experience 1.6 fewer maternal deaths per 100k women compared to states that don't expand. 

Alabama: What Medicaid Means for Women's Health

Alabama has a high rate of Medicaid-funded births – 58% compared to 47% nationally. 

Alabama Women’s Health: Gaps in Care Leave Patients at Risk

Alabama struggles with access to care for women and poor pregnancy outcomes. Read on for strategies real hospitals are using to combat similar problems.

>50% of births in Arizona are funded by Medicaid

Arizona: What Medicaid Means for OB/GYN

Strategies Obstetric/Gynecology practices can use to better serve Medicaid patients.

Serving Arkansas's OB/GYN Medicaid Population

In Arkansas, 67% of births are funded by Medicaid - the second-highest rate among the states.

Louisiana: What Medicaid Means for OB/GYN

Strategies Obstetric/Gynecology practices can use to better serve Medicaid patients.

Michigan: What Medicaid Means for OB/GYN

In Michigan, 1 in 4 people - about 2.5 million residents - rely on Medicaid for healthcare coverage. 

Mississippi: What Medicaid Means for OB/GYN

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has made improving maternal and infant health a top priority.

Texas: What Medicaid Means for OB/GYN

Strategies Obstetric/Gynecology practices can use to better serve Medicaid patients.

Serving New Mexico’s OB/GYN Medicaid Population

New Mexico has the highest rate of Medicaid-covered births in the United States – 72% compared to 47% nationally.

Women’s Health Solutions for Urban Care Centers

Women’s Health Solutions for Urban Care Centers

Solutions on how to provide better healthcare for the women in your urban community.

How Family Practice with OB Benefits You and Your Patients

As interest in the OB/GYN field continues to shrink, your female patients are at risk of lacking comprehensive women's healthcare. 

5 Fast Facts: How NPs and PAs Can Help Your OB/GYN Practice

This fact list will show you how Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants can add value to your OB/GYN tea

Using locums is an easy and flexible option to rescue you from whatever staffing situation you are facing.

Why Use Locums for Women's Health

Using locums is an easy and flexible option to rescue you from whatever staffing situation you are facing. 

Medicare: The Impact for You and Your Patients

Medicare: The Impact for You and Your Patients

Medicare is a consistent topic of discussion in America. It may have an impact on your facility.

North Carolina: What Medicaid Means for You

In Arkansas, 67% of births are funded by Medicaid - the second-highest rate among the states.

California: What Medicaid Means for Women's Health

Strategies Obstetric/Gynecology practices can use to better serve Medicaid patients.

New York: What Medicaid Means for Women's Health

Alabama has a high rate of Medicaid-funded births – 58% compared to 47% nationally. 

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