Last week at AHA’s Amplifying the Voices of Mothers event, experts from across the health care field engaged in a national conversation dedicated to maternal health equity.

Event organizer Aisha Syeda, AHA program manager of strategic initiatives, shares five takeaways from the featured speakers on ways hospitals and health systems can ensure better maternal health outcomes for all women.

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