Members in Action Case Study: Care Navigation for High-Risk Moms to Combat Disparate Outcomes

Northwell Health, New York

Northwell Health is the largest health care provider and private employer in New York with 22 hospitals, outpatient facilities and more than 78,000 employees. The system serves communities in New York City, Long Island and Westchester. Through its MOMs program, Northwell Health seeks to decrease the incidence of preventable maternal morbidity and mortality in its community, especially for women of color, by focusing on care before conception, during pregnancy and through the “fourth trimester” — the 12 weeks after delivery.

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