Tagged women

Bridging Gender and Socioeconomic Disparities in Health Care

Alaina Maciá, CEO of Medical Transport Management (MTM) and an alumna of Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL), has dedicated her career to breaking down barriers: those that affront socioeconomically-­disadvantaged patients in accessing health care, and those that hinder women in the workplace. While these issues seem unrelated, Maciá seizes her position as a female…

Digitalizing “The Pill”

As a college student, there is always something to “stay on top of,” from extracurriculars to classes, families, and friends. Add onto that taking “The Pill” every day, and you’ve got yourself a laundry list of to-do’s, making it difficult for many women to remember to take the pill every day. The pill’s use becomes…

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