Over a two-year period, health care organizations and their community partners in four cities — Atlanta, New Orleans, Detroit and Washington, D.C. — tested and scaled locally driven initiatives to improve Black maternal health equity. Priya Bathija, AHA’s vice president of strategic initiatives, discusses this work, part of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Better Maternal Outcomes project, with Shannon Welch, IHI’s senior project director. Read more

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