Ineffective care exists for women during all points of pregnancy and through the first year postpartum, particularly across racial, ethnic, socio-economic and geographic lines.
The perinatal health community has limited opportunities to collaborate with and learn from one another especially amongst health care providers, insurers, and community based organizations
Pregnant people are not receiving culturally responsive pregnancy care, and connections between care providers are rarely made
Perinatal health practitioners and community health providers face systemic barriers that decrease their ability serve
Community driven efforts are often time marginalized in perinatal support