Studies of Women’s Health Care: Selected Results

@inproceedings{Nussbaum2000StudiesOW,
  title={Studies of Women’s Health Care: Selected Results},
  author={Rhoda Nussbaum},
  year={2000}
}
  • Rhoda Nussbaum
  • Published 2000
Introduction Not one to sit back as women’s health issues— “drive-by” deliveries and mastectomies—hit the front page, Kaiser Permanente Northern California (KPNC) in 1996 formed its Women’s Health Task Force, a group of 20 physicians and staff selected for their expertise in women’s health. The Task Force accepted the challenge of developing both a rationale and a direction for changing KPNC’s system of delivering health care to its women members: The group recommended to the Board of Directors… CONTINUE READING

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