The health system’s Maternal Outcomes and Morbidity Collaborative reduced hospitalizations for pregnancy-related, life-threatening complications by 47% overall and 69% among Black women during a 20-month pilot at three of the system’s largest facilities. Read more in this Members in Action case study.


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