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Addressing high rates of severe maternal morbidity (SMM) and maternal mortality is a priority for the State of Arizona.  SMM related to hypertensive disorders of pregnancy can lead to immediate and/or long-term consequences, including stroke and cardiomyopathy.  Arizona data demonstrate that there are disparities in care and outcomes.

Ms. Buchda will discuss how the implementation of evidence-based interventions using collaborative approaches can improve care and reduce disparities.

Free ($0) for members of AzAHQ, FAHQ, MAHQ, NEAHQ, OAHQ, NCAHQ, and OrAHQ


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January 5, 2024
12:00 pm–1:00 pm MST

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