AHA, Others Urge Congressional Leaders to Pass Two Maternal Health Quality Improvement Bills

AHA and other national organizations dedicated to improving maternal health urge congressional leaders to swiftly pass the bipartisan Maternal Health Quality Improvement Act (H.R. 4995) and the bipartisan Helping MOMS Act of 2020 (H.R. 4996) as soon as possible – whether as part of the next spending package or another appropriate legislative vehicle before the end of the 116th Congress.

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