There's already a shortage of ob/gyns in the US, making it even more difficult for women to find a menopause specialist.
According to Fortune Magazine, "By 2020, there will be a shortage of up to 8,800 OB-GYNs, according to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. And by 2050, the shortage may grow to 22,000."
What are the consequences to women's health if there aren't enough ob/gyns to fill the need?
genneve CEO Jill Angelo talked with genneve Director of Health, ob/gyn and menopause specialist Dr. Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su, about the strain this puts on women, on physicians, and on the health care system as a whole.
They also discussed how genneve's telehealth is an excellent way to help fill the care gap for women in midlife and menopause.
Learn more about genneve and our telehealth service, and read the full transcript of this conversation, at genneve.com.