The resources below are categorized based on a theory of change which aims to reduce maternal morbidity, mortality and health disparities through three primary drivers: Culture of Health Equity, Value-Based System, and Public Policy Enablers. The resources are also subcategorized by various topics.
Evolving the Maternal Health Quality Measurement Enterprise to Support the Community-Based Model
Lessons Learned from a Multi-Stakeholder Roundtable on Medicaid Maternity Strategies
Using Managed Care Organization Contracts as a Lever to Address Health Equity in Maternity Care
Assessing the Impact of Telehealth Implementation on Postpartum Outcomes for Black Birthing People
“This work that we’re doing is bigger than ourselves”: A qualitative study with community-based doulas in the United States
Health Equity Considerations in State Bills Related to Doula Care (2015-2020)
Perspectives on Cultural Competency and Race Concordance from Perinatal Patients and Community-Based Doulas
Delivering Better Care: Midwifery Practice in New Jersey
Changes in Postpartum Insurance Coverage in the US During the COVID-19 Pandemic
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