A J&J veteran highlights listening to address overlooked maternal-fetal needs

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With nearly 20 years of experience at Johnson & Johnson, Cynthia Accuosti Jones now spearheads the company’s pioneering maternal-fetal medicine group tackling unmet needs in high-risk pregnancies. As vice president of global commercial strategy for autoantibody and maternal fetal health, she spotlights listening as the driver for patient impact. “You can’t have empathy if you don’t listen to people and it’s incredible how much people just need to be listened to,” Jones emphasized, underscoring the importance of addressing the often-neglected area of maternal health.

Jones’ longtime interest in healthcare stemmed from a desire to help people. She considered nursing but ultimately pursued finance and international business at Georgetown, building on childhood analytical skills tracking her father’s stocks. That experience piqued her interest in financial markets and data analysis. She…

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