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Welcome to the Women’s Health Consortium, an online resource for practicing ob/gyns who want to better understand issues around racial and gender disparities affecting themselves and their patients. Topics will be viewed through this lens and help educate OB/GYNs more fully around practice management issues, including payer disparities.

This consortium is built for you and will feature articles, podcasts, and video interviews with a variety of pre-eminent thought leaders in the field. It will provide resources to important information, along with access to forms on how to appeal insurance decisions - a tool that can help you as you help your patients.



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Matters in Managed Care: Bringing Equity at Birth, Part 8

The American Journal of Managed Care®'s Associate Editorial Director Mary Caffrey moderated a discussion with Demetria Malloy, MD, MSHS, medical director, plan performance (state), Anthem Blue Cross; Truc Tang, MPH, director, health equity, health education, and cultural linguistics, Anthem; Fanta Nelson, health educator, Black Infant Health Program, Fresno County Department of Health; Anna Gruver, director, Alameda County Public Health Department; and Nicole Morris, MTS, doula support services coordinator, Alameda County Public Health Department.

In segment 8, the panelists answer questions from the audience.

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Matters in Managed Care: Bringing Equity at Birth, Part 7

The American Journal of Managed Care®'s Associate Editorial Director Mary Caffrey moderated a discussion with Demetria Malloy, MD, MSHS, medical director, plan performance (state), Anthem Blue Cross; Truc Tang, MPH, director, health equity, health education, and cultural linguistics, Anthem; Fanta Nelson, health educator, Black Infant Health Program, Fresno County Department of Health; Anna Gruver, director, Alameda County Public Health Department; and Nicole Morris, MTS, doula support services coordinator, Alameda County Public Health Department.

In segment 7, the panelists discuss the role of payers in achieving equity for newborns.

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Matters in Managed Care: Bringing Equity at Birth, Part 6

The American Journal of Managed Care®'s Associate Editorial Director Mary Caffrey moderated a discussion with Demetria Malloy, MD, MSHS, medical director, plan performance (state), Anthem Blue Cross; Truc Tang, MPH, director, health equity, health education, and cultural linguistics, Anthem; Fanta Nelson, health educator, Black Infant Health Program, Fresno County Department of Health; Anna Gruver, director, Alameda County Public Health Department; and Nicole Morris, MTS, doula support services coordinator, Alameda County Public Health Department.

In segment 6, the panelists discuss how a county can start a doula program.

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Matters in Managed Care: Bringing Equity at Birth, Part 5

Leaders from Anthem and a partner of Anthem’s Doula Pilot Program in California discuss how a health plan can take an active role in reducing disparities in maternity mortality, which has been recognized by the World Health Organization as a growing health concern in the United States.

In segment 5, the panelists discuss Anthem’s effect on Medicaid policy.

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Matters in Managed Care: Bringing Equity at Birth, Part 4

Leaders from Anthem and a partner of Anthem’s Doula Pilot Program in California discuss how a health plan can take an active role in reducing disparities in maternity mortality, which has been recognized by the World Health Organization as a growing health concern in the United States.

In segment 4, the panelists discuss how Anthem partners with counties.

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Matters in Managed Care: Bringing Equity at Birth, Part 3

Leaders from Anthem and a partner of Anthem’s Doula Pilot Program in California discuss how a health plan can take an active role in reducing disparities in maternity mortality, which has been recognized by the World Health Organization as a growing health concern in the United States.

In segment 3, the panelists discuss how Anthem partners with counties.

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