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1. Rural-Urban Differences In Severe Maternal Morbidity And Mortality In The US, 2007–15 - Resources
Date: Dec 2019

Analyzes severe maternal morbidity and mortality among rural and urban residents during childbirth. Examines data from the 2007-2015 National Inpatient Sample with breakdowns according to age, insurance type, race/ethnicity, income, Census region, and rurality. Discusses policy implications and strategies to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality.

...Interrante, Carrie Henning-Smith, Lindsay K. Admon Citation Health Affairs, 38, 12 Date 12/2019 Type...

2. Rural Focus and Representation in State Maternal Mortality Review Committees: Review of Policy and Legislation - Resources
Date: 2019

An assessment of the extent of rural representation in state policy efforts related to improving maternal health through the development of maternal mortality and morbidity review committees (MMRCs). Analysis included whether or not states established an MMRC, had passed legislation requiring an MMRC, identified rural populations in the legislation, and if they required rural representation within the MMRC.

...Interrante, Amanda Corbet, et al. Citation Women's Health Issues 299(5) 357-363 Date...

3. Severe Maternal Morbidity and Mortality Among Indigenous Women in the United States - Resources
Date: Feb 2020

Compares maternal mortality and morbidity rates of Native American and Alaska Native women to those of non-Hispanic White women in both rural and urban areas across the U.S. Draws from hospital discharge data from 2012 to 2015.

...Interrante, Alena N. Tofte, Lindsay K. Admon Citation Obstetrics and Gynecology, 135(2), 294-300 Date...

4. Inequities in Availability of Evidence-Based Birth Supports to Improve Perinatal Health for Socially Vulnerable Rural Residents - Resources
Date: Jul 2022

Examines the social risk factors rural residents face related to maternal and infant mortality. Utilizes data from 285 rural hospitals across the United States that have inpatient birthing centers to measure the availability of maternal and postpartum supports such as breastfeeding support groups, nurse home visiting, childbirth education classes, and more. Evaluates each hospital's social vulnerability index (SVI) on the county-level to determine the level of birth support inequities in rural areas and for residents who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).

...Interrante, Alyssa H. Fritz, Mariana S. Tuttle, Katy Backes Kozhimannil Citation Children, 9(7), 1077 Date...

5. Association of Health Insurance, Geography, and Race and Ethnicity with Disparities in Receipt of Recommended Postpartum Care in the US - Resources
Date: Oct 2022

Explores whether there is a significant difference in the characteristics of patients who received a postpartum visit and the content covered in these visits. Uses data from the 2016-2019 Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) surveys to compare visit attendance and content across health insurance type, rural or urban residency, and race and ethnicity.

...Interrante, Lindsay Admon, Caitlin Carroll, et al. Citation JAMA Health Forum, 3(10), e223292 Date...

6. Rural and Urban Differences in Insurance Coverage at Prepregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum - Resources
Date: Mar 2023

Examines insurance coverage in rural and urban women at prepregnancy, birth, and postpartum. Analyzes 154,992 postpartum individuals in the U.S. part of the 2016-2019 PRAMS (Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System) and breaks down rural versus urban data by age, race/ethnicity, income, state Medicaid expansion, education, marital status, chronic disease, and more. Discusses disparities in insurance for rural and urban women.

...Interrante, et al. Citation Obstetrics & Gynecology, 14(3), 570-581 Date 03/2023 Type Document Tagged...

7. Rural Hospital Administrators' Beliefs About Safety, Financial Viability, and Community Need for Offering Obstetric Care - Resources
Date: Mar 2022

Examines beliefs about the financial viability and need for rural obstetric care based on surveys completed by 93 rural hospital administrators. Discusses the volume necessary to provide safe obstetric care, priorities related to local community need, and issues related to workforce and policy.

...Interrante, Lindsay K. Admon, Bridget L. Basile Ibrahim Citation JAMA Health Forum, 3(3), e220204...

8. Providing Maternity Care in a Rural Northern Iowa Community - Resources
Date: Aug 2020

Describes how a rural Critical Access Hospital in Iowa has sustained its maternity care practice and offers suggestions for other rural hospitals and communities seeking to retain local access to pregnancy and childbirth services.

...Interrante, Carrie Henning-Smith, Katy Kozhimannil Date 08/2020 Type Document Organization University of Minnesota Rural...

9. Racial Inequities in the Availability of Evidence-Based Supports for Maternal and Infant Health in 93 Rural US Counties with Hospital-Based Obstetric Care - Resources
Date: Jul 2022

Policy brief describing differences between availability of supports for maternal and infant health in rural counties that are majority-Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) and those in majority-White rural counties. Features statistics on community characteristics of rural counties with hospital-based obstetric care.

...Interrante, Katy Backes Kozhimannil Date 07/2022 Type Document Organization University of Minnesota Rural Health Research...

10. Rural and Urban Hospital Characteristics by Obstetric Service Provision Status, 2010-2018 - Resources
Date: Apr 2021

Illustrates the differences between urban and rural hospitals providing obstetric (OB) services. Compares them by size, capacity, location, and community characteristics, and compares these factors between rural hospitals with OB units and those that had discontinued services during the study period. Features statistics with breakdowns by urban and rural location.

...Interrante, Lindsay K. Admon, Mariana S. Tuttle, Bridget Basile Ibrahim, Katy B. Kozhimannil Date 04/2021...