In the midst of the "Me Too" movement and a national reckoning on how women are treated, the Commonwealth Fund published a report on the status of women's health and health care in the U.S. and 10 other wealthy nations.
The study revealed that women in the U.S. are three times more likely to die in childbirth than those in Sweden and Norway and are more emotionally distressed than women in Germany or France. It also found that nearly half of U.S. women have problems with their medical bills, compared with only 2 percent of women in the U.K.
On the latest episode of The Dose, the Commonwealth Fund's Munira Gunja, Roosa Tikkanen, and Shanoor Seervai dig into these findings and discuss how the current political climate may worsen health care for U.S. women.
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