Keyword: American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Time deficits and fragmented care, caused by our fee-for-service healthcare system, are driving scary status quo for pregnant women and new moms.
Legislation aimed at reducing deaths of women from pregnancy and childbirth will advance to the president's desk after passing the Senate on Thursday.
There is little standardized data state-to-state data to explain the story behind why more women are dying from pregnancy-related complications in the U.S., experts told lawmakers on Thursday.
Men once dominated the field of OB/GYN, but that has changed. Not everyone thinks it's good for the specialty.
Research finds that empowering midwives could significantly boost maternal and infant health in the U.S.
Healthcare professionals often collaborate with antiabuse advocates to identify victims and ensure they get help.
CMS saw a sharp decrease in the number of doctors opting out of participation in Medicare in 2017 and more news from around the web.
Leading groups that represent doctors, nurses and hospitals say a revised GOP bill to replace the Affordable Care Act is “even worse” than the original.
Provider groups came out strongly against the GOP’s proposed American Health Care Act (AHCA), and many cheered Congress’ decision to pull the bill on Friday in the wake of strong opposition.
Doctors became lobbyists last week, spending a day visiting Senate offices appealing to lawmakers to save important aspects of the ACA.