Based on an AHA-led discussion with hospital leaders, this resource shares strategies to foster equitable practices in maternal care at the patient and organizational level. It also describes how NYC Health + Hospitals and Providence Swedish Hospital connect interested families with doulas and a University of Chicago Medicine program to treat and manage postpartum hypertension. LEARN MORE

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