AHA Expresses Support of H.R. 4995, the Maternal Health Quality Improvement Act

AHA letter expressing support for the Maternal Health Quality Improvement Act (H.R. 4995) that would authorize grants to implement rural obstetric networks, maternal telehealth programs and a rural maternal care training demonstration. It also contains maternal health provisions from the Lower Health Care Costs Act (S.1895), including funding to promote best practices, educate health care professionals on implicit bias, implement state perinatal quality collaboratives, and deliver integrated health care services to pregnant and postpartum women.

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