The Extraordinary Danger of Being Pregnant and Uninsured in Texas
U.S.
December 20, 201933 min read6678 words
Published: December 20, 2019  |  33 min read6678 words
Over three years, nearly 400 pregnant or new mothers died in Texas. Its system for helping the uninsured thwarts women at every turn, frustrates doctors and midwives, and incentivizes substandard care. Tiffany Revilla holds her newborn daughter, Cheyenne, as her fiance, David, c...
The Extraordinary Danger of Being Pregnant and Uninsured in Texas Read more

Scores for this article.

Percentage of critic and public trust in this article.
Credible3
img-trusted
100%
critic score
critic reviews: 3
img-trusted
N/A
public score
public reviews: 1
img-trusted
96%
critic score
28 reviews
img-trusted
84%
public score
25 reviews
img-contested
N/A
critic score
4 reviews
img-trusted
100%
public score
8 reviews
img-contested
N/A
critic score
3 reviews
img-contested
N/A
public score
1 reviews

CRITIC REVIEWS

Credible
December 20, 2019
December 20, 2019
Is this helpful?
Credible
December 20, 2019
December 20, 2019
Is this helpful?
Credible
December 20, 2019
December 20, 2019
Is this helpful?

PUBLIC REVIEWS

Investigative
December 29, 2019
Wonderful reporting on the state of healthcare in Texas and it interplay’s with their insurance policies. It’s a particularly heart breaking focus on the effects to pregnant women and new moms.
December 29, 2019
Is this helpful?