Katy B. Kozhimannil
Katy B. Kozhimannil
Distinguished McKnight University Professor, University of Minnesota School of Public Health
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Structural racism and supporting black lives—the role of health professionals
RR Hardeman, EM Medina, KB Kozhimannil
New England Journal of Medicine 375 (22), 2113-2115, 2016
Incidence and costs of neonatal abstinence syndrome among infants with Medicaid: 2004–2014
TNA Winkelman, N Villapiano, KB Kozhimannil, MM Davis, SW Patrick
Pediatrics 141 (4), 2018
Cesarean delivery rates vary tenfold among US hospitals; reducing variation may address quality and cost issues
KB Kozhimannil, MR Law, BA Virnig
Health Affairs 32 (3), 527-535, 2013
Racial and ethnic disparities in postpartum depression care among low-income women
KB Kozhimannil, CM Trinacty, AB Busch, HA Huskamp, AS Adams
Psychiatric Services 62 (6), 619-625, 2011
Association between diabetes and perinatal depression among low-income mothers
KB Kozhimannil, MA Pereira, BL Harlow
Jama 301 (8), 842-847, 2009
Association between loss of hospital-based obstetric services and birth outcomes in rural counties in the United States
KB Kozhimannil, P Hung, C Henning-Smith, MM Casey, S Prasad
Jama 319 (12), 1239-1247, 2018
Access to obstetric services in rural counties still declining, with 9 percent losing services, 2004–14
P Hung, CE Henning-Smith, MM Casey, KB Kozhimannil
Health Affairs 36 (9), 1663-1671, 2017
Doula care, birth outcomes, and costs among Medicaid beneficiaries
KB Kozhimannil, RR Hardeman, LB Attanasio, C Blauer-Peterson, ...
American journal of public health 103 (4), e113-e121, 2013
Reduction of peripartum racial and ethnic disparities: a conceptual framework and maternal safety consensus bundle
EA Howell, H Brown, J Brumley, AS Bryant, AB Caughey, AM Cornell, ...
Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing 47 (3), 275-289, 2018
Rural-urban differences in severe maternal morbidity and mortality in the US, 2007–15
KB Kozhimannil, JD Interrante, C Henning-Smith, LK Admon
Health affairs 38 (12), 2077-2085, 2019
Naming institutionalized racism in the public health literature: a systematic literature review
RR Hardeman, KA Murphy, JM Karbeah, KB Kozhimannil
Public Health Reports 133 (3), 240-249, 2018
Modeling the cost‐effectiveness of doula care associated with reductions in preterm birth and cesarean delivery
KB Kozhimannil, RR Hardeman, F Alarid‐Escudero, CA Vogelsang, ...
Birth 43 (1), 20-27, 2016
What is rural? Challenges and implications of definitions that inadequately encompass rural people and places
KJ Bennett, TF Borders, GM Holmes, KB Kozhimannil, E Ziller
Health Affairs 38 (12), 1985-1992, 2019
Patient-reported communication quality and perceived discrimination in maternity care
L Attanasio, KB Kozhimannil
Medical care 53 (10), 863-871, 2015
Why are obstetric units in rural hospitals closing their doors?
P Hung, KB Kozhimannil, MM Casey, IS Moscovice
Health services research 51 (4), 1546-1560, 2016
Paid maternity leave in the United States: associations with maternal and infant health
J Jou, KB Kozhimannil, JM Abraham, LA Blewett, PM McGovern
Maternal and child health journal 22, 216-225, 2018
Rural and urban differences in neonatal abstinence syndrome and maternal opioid use, 2004 to 2013
NLG Villapiano, TNA Winkelman, KB Kozhimannil, MM Davis, SW Patrick
JAMA pediatrics 171 (2), 194-196, 2017
Disrupting the pathways of social determinants of health: doula support during pregnancy and childbirth
KB Kozhimannil, CA Vogelsang, RR Hardeman, S Prasad
The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine 29 (3), 308-317, 2016
Access to workplace accommodations to support breastfeeding after passage of the Affordable Care Act
KB Kozhimannil, J Jou, DK Gjerdingen, PM McGovern
Women's Health Issues 26 (1), 6-13, 2016
Potential benefits of increased access to doula support during childbirth
KB Kozhimannil, LB Attanasio, J Jou, LK Joarnt, PJ Johnson, ...
The American journal of managed care 20 (8), e340, 2014
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