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Bundles of joy? How new payment models for maternal care could deliver lower costs - Modern Healthcare

“We don't know the best approaches,” said Carol Sakala, director of Childbirth Connection Programs at the not-for-profit National Partnership for Women & Families. “It's a time of great innovation and creativity.”

News Coverage | August 13, 2016 | Maternity

An Eye-Opening Look At How The Wage Gap Impacts Latinas - Huffington Post

As noted by the National Partnership For Women And Families in 2015, nearly 3 million family households in the U.S. are headed by Latinas and 40 percent of all Latina-headed family households live below the poverty line.

News Coverage | July 27, 2016 | Workplace Fairness

State’s pay equity bill enters home stretch - Boston Globe

In Massachusetts, women working full time make 82 cents for every $1 men make, earning $11,152 less each year on average, according to a study by the National Partnership for Women & Families.

News Coverage | July 22, 2016 | Workplace Fairness

Only about 2 percent of the nation's hospitals get 5-star quality rating - CNBC

The president of the advocacy group National Partnership for Women & Families in a blog post called the star ratings "a tool consumers need now."

News Coverage | July 21, 2016 | Health Care

Pregnant Women's Medical Care Too Often Affected by Race - Newsweek

The 2013 Listening to Mothers survey from the National Partnership for Women and Families revealed that almost two-thirds of mothers undergoing their first cesarean indicated the doctor was the decision-maker.

News Coverage | July 3, 2016 | Maternity

Women, we need to talk about how much we make - Chicago Tribune

According to a new report by the National Partnership for Women & Families, this wage gap is responsible for women in the U.S. losing out on $500 billion per year.

News Coverage | June 30, 2016 | Workplace Fairness

Supreme Court Says 'Bye' to Texas's Strict Abortion Rules - MTV

According to the National Partnership for Women & Families, there have been more than 350 abortion-restriction bills introduced this year, and the group estimates that at least 70 percent of these are based on complete falsehoods.

News Coverage | June 27, 2016 | Reproductive Health, Judges and Supreme Court

Abortion rights group faults for rejecting its ad -

The National Partnership for Women and Families wanted to publicize its "Lies into Laws" campaign against restrictive state abortion laws with a one-day, $17,600 "home-page takeover" ad that would wrap around the top and both rails of's landing page.

News Coverage | June 25, 2016 | Reproductive Health

How Obama’s Presidency Has Been A Victory For Working Parents - Huffington Post

“The progress we have seen in recent years is hugely important, not just because of those who have been helped, but also because we now have an irrefutable body of evidence demonstrating that paid sick days policies work well for employers as well as workers,” said Ness, pointing to research showing how paid sick time has little impact on profitability and in some cases has boosted productivity among workers.

News Coverage | June 19, 2016 | Health Care, Reproductive Health, Workplace Fairness, Work and Family

Mikulski receives National Partnership’s first Lifetime Achievement Award - WCBC

“For 45 years, she has been blazing a trail for women in Congress,” said National Partnership President Debra L. Ness. “From health care to reproductive rights to fair pay to child care, she has always found ways to win for women. … When she retires, Barbara Mikulski will leave a void that may never truly be filled.”

News Coverage | June 10, 2016 | Other

Give workers much-needed relief: Paid sick time - Chicago Sun-Times

The National Partnership for Women and Families says workers with sick days are 28 percent less likely to be injured on the job.

News Coverage | May 30, 2016 | Work and Family

Small Ohio Town Passes Progressive Parental Leave Policy - NPR

NPR's Audie Cornish interviews National Partnership Vice President Vicki Shabo.

News Coverage | May 24, 2016 | Work and Family

Gender Equality in U.S. Jobs Might Not Be as Bad as You Think - Bloomberg

"The U.S. is woefully behind when it comes to family-friendly policies like paid maternity leave, paid parental leave, paid sick leave, when it comes to some measure of recognition about women's leadership," said Vicki Shabo, a vice president at the National Partnership for Women & Families. "I think that has real consequences for how women are able to get into and advance in the workplace and in the economy."

News Coverage | May 18, 2016 | Workplace Fairness, Work and Family

Final EEOC Rule Sets Limits For Financial Incentives On Wellness Programs - Kaiser Health News

“This could coerce employees into providing information that they would otherwise not provide about their health,” said Sarah Fleisch Fink, senior policy counsel with the National Partnership on Women & Families, which was among dozens of groups that wrote comment letters seeking changes in the draft rule.

News Coverage | May 17, 2016 | Health Care, Workplace Fairness

User experience better on exchange websites, but more improvement needed - FierceHealthPayer

It is becoming easier for consumers to evaluate Affordable Care Act health insurance plans online, though more could be done to enhance the user experience on the exchange websites, according to a report from the National Partnership for Women & Families.

News Coverage | May 12, 2016 | Health Information Technology (IT)

These Are The Best And Worst Places In The U.S. To Be A Working Mother - FastCompany

Data for these metrics was drawn from the U.S. Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Child Care Aware of America, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Council for Community and Economic Research, National Partnership for Women & Families, and WalletHub’s own research.

News Coverage | May 6, 2016 | Workplace Fairness

Every Office Needs a 79 Percent Clock - The Daily Best

Vicki Shabo, vice president of the National Partnership for Women and Families, advised MTV on the policy issues and research studies relevant to the issue of gender-based pay quality. “The 79 percent number is known, but people don’t always consider the consequences. Reducing the median American income by $10,700 for women translates into 83 weeks of food, or 11 months of rent, or nine years of birth control,” she told The Daily Beast.

News Coverage | May 6, 2016 | Workplace Fairness

Best Mother’s Day gift: paid maternity leave - Miami Herald

The National Partnership for Women & Families, a Washington, D.C., nonprofit, looked at California, the first state to enact a paid family leave law, and found that first-time mothers who take paid leave are more likely than those who take unpaid leave or no leave to return to the same employer.

News Coverage | May 2, 2016 | Work and Family

10 inspiring moms changing the world for other moms and children -

Making progress for women and families is at the heart of Vicki Shabo's inspiration. As the vice president of the National Partnership for Women & Families, she's doing just that as she works to create a more family-friendly and fair America.

News Coverage | May 2, 2016 | Other

How Our Country Fails Black Women and Girls - Elle

Black women work more than all other women, but reap fewer economic rewards. According to a December 2015 report by the National Partnership for Women and Families, a state by state analysis shows black women's wages range from 48 to 69 cents for every dollar paid to white men.

News Coverage | April 28, 2016 | Workplace Fairness

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