In honor of International Women's Day, Priya Bathija, AHA’s vice president of strategic initiatives, embraces this year’s theme, Choose to Challenge, and urges health care leaders to take action to improve the health of all women before, during and after pregnancy.

In this blog, she outlines three avenues AHA offers for hospitals and health systems and their OB teams to learn more about bias and equality in maternal health and to start taking action.

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