Regionalization of Care and the Maternal-Infant Dyad Disconnect.

@article{Handley2019RegionalizationOC,
  title={Regionalization of Care and the Maternal-Infant Dyad Disconnect.},
  author={Sara C Handley and S. Srivatsa Srinivas and Scott A Lorch},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={2019}
}
The maternal mortality rate in the United States was 23.8 per 100 000 in 2014, which was an increase of 26% from 2000, and is in stark contrast to the 157 of 183 countries that reported a decrease in maternal mortality to the World Health Organization during the same period.1 In addition, the rate of severe maternal morbidity (defined as the occurrence of 1 of 18 conditions that is an unexpected outcome during labor and delivery and results in significant shortor long-term consequences to a… CONTINUE READING

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