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Strong Start in Birth Centers: Socio‐Demographic Characteristics, Care Processes, and Outcomes for Mothers and Newborns

Summary

Tune into another episode of Avalere’s Journal Club Review podcast series on Avalere Health Essential Voice. In this segment, our experts discuss the findings, themes, and implications of a recent study that analyzed CMS Strong Start results to determine outcomes for mothers and newborns engaged in care with American Association of Birth Centers (AABC) sites.
“With the new administration's interest in improving maternal outcomes, there could be an opportunity to develop new CMMI alternative payment models for improving maternal outcomes, which would foster multi-stakeholder collaboration and commitment toward addressing poor maternal outcomes and disparities.” Oladeji Faborode

Panelists

Moderator
Tracy Acheampong , Associate, Associate Immersion Program

Tracy Acheampong supports clients with evidence-based research and analysis that spans healthcare sectors and stakeholders.

Speaker
Oladeji Faborode , Research Scientist I, Center for Healthcare Transformation

Oladeji Faborode advises clients on healthcare quality measurement, improvement, and implementation in addition to the use of clinical data for strategic decision making.

In this episode, our experts debrief the article, Strong Start in Birth Centers: Socio‐Demographic Characteristics, Care Processes, and Outcomes for Mothers and Newborns, originally posted on PubMed.gov.

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