Women have unique health issues that can include pregnancy and its associated conditions. Early and regular prenatal care most often results in healthy pregnancy outcomes. Improving the conditions in which women live and the quality of their social interactions, as well as regionalization of health care, are needed to optimize the care of women and neonates with specialized, high-risk conditions. This series of topics will address a wide range of conditions, health behaviors, and health systems indicators that affect the health, wellness, and quality of life of women during pregnancy and their subsequent newborns.
Frequently Asked Questions - Women's Health Clinical Educational Series
These sessions are intended for invited Optum/UnitedHealth Group employees only.
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2019 Continuing Education
Earn 1.00 AMA/APA/ASWB/CCMC/ACPE/CME/CNE credit for each session completed. This activity is designed to meet the educational needs of physicians, psychologists, nurses, social workers, counselors, therapists, case managers, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians interested in the treatment of women's health.
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Prevention of Prematurity: Achievements, Opportunities (AVAILABLE ON NOVEMBER 4, 2019)
Prevention of Early Elective Deliveries (AVAILABLE ON FEBRUARY 3, 2020)
Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome (AVAILABLE ON MAY 4, 2020)
Pregnancy Induced Hypertension (AVAILABLE ON AUGUST 3, 2020)
Social Determinants of Health and Implications for Women & Newborn Health, and Impacts of Neonatal Care Regionalization (AVAILABLE ON NOVEMBER 9, 2020)
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This activity is supported by OptumHealth Population Health Management.
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