Measuring progress in maternal and newborn health care in Mexico: validating indicators of health system contact and quality of care

@inproceedings{Blanc2016MeasuringPI,
  title={Measuring progress in maternal and newborn health care in Mexico: validating indicators of health system contact and quality of care},
  author={Ann K. Blanc and Claudia I. Diaz and Katharine J. McCarthy and Karla Berdichevsky},
  booktitle={BMC pregnancy and childbirth},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND The majority of births in Mexico take place in a health facility and are attended by a skilled birth attendant, yet maternal mortality has not declined to anticipated levels. Coverage estimates of skilled attendance and other maternal and newborn interventions often rely on women's self-report through a population-based survey, the accuracy of… CONTINUE READING