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Women’s Healthcare Demands by State

What This Means for Obstetrics and Gynecology Physicians Providers are struggling to keep up with women’s healthcare demands for care instates – especially in the fields of Obstetrics and Gynecology. In 2020, the need for OB/GYNs grew by 6 percent or 2,090 full-time providers. That translates to overworked staff in your hospital, but technology does offer some solutions. Forty-nine …

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Improving Women’s Health in Alabama

Ways Alabama Can Move Towards Improving Women’s Health Care The Alabama Department of Public Health ranks access to care as the state’s second greatest health concern, followed by the third-most important concern: poor pregnancy outcomes. Alabama’s officials seek to reduce barriers to care and ensure all pregnant women receive prenatal care.  How can your facility move …

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Medicaid for Women’s Health in Louisiana

What It Means for Medicaid Coverage in Louisiana The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has made improving Medicaid for Women’s Health a top priority, including maternal and infant health. Medicaid currently finances about half of births in the United States, making the impact from Medicaid procedures far-reaching. About two-thirds of women on Medicaid are in …

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