Strategies for addressing rising maternity care deserts and OBHG's impact
According to the latest update from the March of Dimes, more than 5.6 million women live in counties with no or limited access to maternity care services in the U.S. The March of Dimes defines maternity care deserts as counties with limited or no access to birthing hospitals, birth centers offering obstetric care or obstetric providers.
Just recently, the March of Dimes published a set of 52 comprehensive reports examining maternity care deserts and other factors that impact access to care, health outcomes and unique...
Rural hospitals struggle to keep obstetric services, seek alternative healthcare solutions
Rural hospitals in the United States are struggling to keep their obstetric services going for various reasons, ranging from staffing shortages...