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Maternal & Reproductive Health

Our Position

For women, access to care is a critical issue: Overall, women are higher users of health care resources than men due to longer life expectancies, reproductive health needs, and maternity care. There are slightly more than 72 million women of reproductive age (ages 15 to 49) in the United States and today, reproductive health care services must evolve to meet a woman’s unique care needs. That’s why health insurance providers are committed to providing women with an array of important reproductive health care services. These services encompass prevention (e.g., contraception) and all needed screenings, as well as maternity and pre- and post-partum health.


Championing Women’s Health

International Women’s Day is a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. We spoke with women who are prominent leaders and changemakers in health care to learn how they see unique challenges in women’s health — and how we can continue creating lasting improvements.

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