Perinatal health care of women without health care insurance in Germany

Walter de Gruyter GmbH
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Journal Article
Public Health Forum, 2021, 29, (2), pp. 148-150
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In Germany, approximately 60,000 people live without health insurance, including women of reproductive age. Pregnant and childbearing women and their children in this group are exposed to greater health risks. To ensure their care, midwives and gynecologists offer voluntary and free services as part of interdisciplinary teams. Even if regional solutions exist, national regulations have to be developed and implemented.
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