Are You Chief Medical Officer for Your Family?

Pregnancy & Postpartum

Mom HelpingFrom healthy foods to better lifestyle choices to scheduling and paying for medical appointments, women often take the lead in their family’s health care. 


To get a better sense of all that we do as Chief Medical Officer for our families,Working Mother has joined with HealthyWomen.com & Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association to survey working moms about their strategies, stresses and suggestions. 

The results will be revealed on March 24 at the Women’s Healthcare Innovation and Leadership Showcase, which will be held in New York City, as well as on workingmother.com and healthywomen.org.

Please take a moment to participate in our survey and help us ensure a healthier future for women nationwide.

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