write a 2-3 single space document about 10 articles relating to the research question “to what degree does the lack of adequate insurance has on maternal mortality and morbidity among African American women.
Research Question: what degree is the lack of adequate health insurance associated
with the high rate of maternal mortality among African American women?
Brown, C. C., Adams, C. E., & Moore, J. E. (2021). Race, Medicaid coverage, and equity in
maternal morbidity. Women’s Health Issues, 31(3), 245-253.
Cabacungan, E. T., Ngui, E. M., & McGinley, E. L. (2011;2012;). Racial/Ethnic disparities in
maternal morbidities: A statewide study of labor and delivery hospitalizations in
Wisconsin. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 16(7), 1455-1467.
El Ayadi, A. M., Baer, R. J., Gay, C., Lee, H. C., Obedin-Maliver, J., Jelliffe-Pawlowski, L., &
Lyndon, A. (2022). Risk factors for dual burden of severe maternal morbidity and
preterm birth by insurance type in California. Maternal and Child Health Journal.
Gadson, A., MD, Akpovi, E., BS, & Mehta, Pooja K., MD, MSHP. (2017). Exploring the social
determinants of racial/ethnic disparities in prenatal care utilization and maternal outcome.
Seminars in Perinatology, 41(5), 308-317.
Harper, M., Dugan, E., Espeland, M., Martinez-Borges, A., & McQuellon, C. (2007). Why
African-American women are at greater risk for pregnancy-related death. Annals of
Epidemiology, 17(3), 180–185.
Howell, E. A., Egorova, N. N., Janevic, T., Brodman, M., Balbierz, A., Zeitlin, J., & Hebert, P.
L. (2020). Race and ethnicity, medical insurance, and within-hospital severe maternal
morbidity disparities. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 135(2), 285–293.
Kim, T. Y., Dagher, R. K., & Chen, J. (2016). Racial/Ethnic differences in unintended
pregnancy: Evidence from a national sample of U.S. women. American Journal of
Preventive Medicine, 50(4), 427-435.
Loggins Clay, S., Griffin, M., & Averhart, W. (2018). Black/White disparities in pregnant
women in the United States: An examination of risk factors associated with Black/White
racial identity. Health & Social Care in the Community, 26(5), 654-663.
Snowden, J. M., Osmundson, S. S., Kaufman, M., Blauer Peterson, C., & Kozhimannil, K. B.
(2020). Cesarean birth and maternal morbidity among Black women and White women
after implementation of a blended payment policy. Health Services Research, 55(5), 729–
Wang, E., Glazer, K. B., Howell, E. A., & Janevic, T. M. (2020). Social determinants of
pregnancy-related mortality and morbidity in the United States. Obstetrics &
Gynecology, 135(4), 896–915.
Wherry, L. R. (2017). State Medicaid expansions for parents led to increased coverage and
prenatal care utilization among pregnant mothers. Health Services Research, 53(5),
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