Maternal and Child Health Podcasts

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Oct 21, 2022
In this episode, Shanna Cox, associate director for science in CDC’s Division of Reproductive Health, and Aisha Syeda, senior program manager for AHA’s strategic initiatives, discuss the reasons behind the increase in hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.
Sep 30, 2022
Hypertension while pregnancy or postpartum can increase the risk of other complications that impact the mom and baby.
Aug 3, 2022
Bundled care programs are a key driver in the transition from fee-for-service to value-based care.
Jul 20, 2022
In this podcast, Priya Bathija, vice president of AHA’s strategic initiatives speaks with globally recognized expert and leader in maternal care, Dr. Neel Shah about the state of maternal health in the U.S, along with how Maven Clinic is supporting Black moms and their families.
Jun 29, 2022
Recently, families across the nation are struck with a shortage of infant formula, causing ripples of misinformation.
Jun 22, 2022
In this Members in Action podcast, Julia Resnick, director of strategic initiatives at the AHA, and Thomas Harris, Jr., Executive Vice President of Operations at Gillette Children’s in Saint Paul, Minnesota, discuss how Gillette Children’s virtual rehab program has enabled them to better serve their patients.
Jun 1, 2022
Pregnant women around the country faced uncertainty upon the arrival of COVID-19.
May 3, 2022
1 in 5 children experience a mental illness. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has increased mental health challenges and suicide risk among children. In this Members in Action podcast featuring maternal and child health efforts, Aisha Syeda, senior program manager at the AHA is joined by Chanda Chacòn, president and chief executive officer at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center to discuss the hospital’s investment in establishing a pediatric mental health urgent care center.
Apr 13, 2022
Though recognizing implicit bias is important, hospitals must have an action plan to address it.
Mar 9, 2022
The health care experiences of many women, especially women of color, are untold. In her book, “The Pain Gap: How Sexism and Racism in Healthcare Kill Women”, author and journalist Anushay Hossain shares her own trauma of giving birth