Intervention increases postnatal primary care visits among high-risk patients

A quality improvement intervention was associated with increased prenatal primary care visits within the first several months after delivery, according to a study published in the Annals of Family Medicine.
According to Jena Wallander Gemkow, MPH, BSN, RN, an associate research scientist from the nonprofit health organization AllianceChicago, and colleagues, maternal mortality rates have continued to rise nationally, particularly among non-Hispanic Black women.
“Consequently, it is critical for birthing people to remain engaged in care the first year postpartum,” they wrote. “There

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