Hospitals prioritize women’s health

COLLABORATIVE EFFORT: Margaret "Peg" Miller is director of the Women's 
Medicine Collaborative, which now 
includes some 23 providers. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
COLLABORATIVE EFFORT: Margaret "Peg" Miller is director of the Women's Medicine Collaborative, which now includes some 23 providers. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Major structural changes are under way in the delivery of women’s health care by Rhode Island’s two largest hospital systems, Care New England and Lifespan. These changes, which hospital officials claim are primarily designed to put women’s health needs first, offer a lens into the new business models being adopted by the two hospital systems…

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