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Alabama has persistently had one of the highest infant mortality rates in the United States—one on par with those in developing nations. But in 2017, Alabama saw a nearly 20% drop in its infant mortality rate. By 2018, the infant mortality rate dropped for the second consecutive year, thanks in part to the state’s revitalized perinatal regionalization program. More
November 2013 Nicole Perelman, Suzanne Delbanco, Alé Vargas-Johnson,
This case study by Catalyst for Payment Reform (CPR) with support from the Milbank Memorial Fund shares the story of South Carolina’s Birth Outcomes… More
December 2008 Carol Sakala, Maureen P. Corry,
Effective maternity care with least harm is optimal for childbearing women and newborns. High-quality systematic reviews of the best… More
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