Children’s Minnesota makes changes to accommodate lower birth rates
Birth rates in the U.S. declined following the onset of the recession in 2007, and although they have climbed back up in the last few years, they are not increasing as rapidly as expected. This trend marks an era where people are having fewer children, which may impact the nation’s economy. Jennifer Olson, vice president of strategy and business development, was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal to explain trends Children’s Minnesota is seeing and what the organization is doing to provide the best care for moms and babies. Read the full article: Baby lull promises growing pains for economy.