KevinMD October 1, 2023
Matt Eakins, MD

The United States health care system is in the midst of a crisis. Despite being among the richest nations in the world, it consistently ranks among the lowest for maternal health outcomes—and that’s before you begin digging into the health disparities women of color face in this nation.

Pregnancy-related complications kill Black mothers three times as often as white and Hispanic women. Not to mention, more than half the deaths of the women we lose to the maternal health crisis are preventable. When you do the math, that’s over 400 mothers we could’ve saved in 2020 alone!

But things keep worsening year over year, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Perhaps AI is the solution for this epidemic.


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