Single focus. Better outcomes.

OBHG’s single focus on OB hospitalist medicine provides better outcomes for patients and hospital partners. Our dedicated on-site teams of physicians and midwives continue to make a critical impact on maternal safety and form deep partnerships with community physicians. Yet the center of what we deliver is great patient care and clinicians who are passionate about their role in elevating the standard of care for all pregnant women.

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Unique approach. Better outcomes.

The success of OBHG’s unique approach has resulted in our ability to consistently outperform national benchmarks and move the needle on hospital metrics. Our hospital partners realize the benefits to our single specialty approach, as demonstrated through our 95% annual customer retention rate.

We take pride in developing and supporting the OBHG clinician leaders at each of our hospitals.  Recognizing that each hospital is different, our clinicians work closely with hospital leadership and medical staff to understand the unique needs and objectives of each individual program.

 

 

OBHG program results

30%


Reduction in serious
harm events

75%


Fewer births resulting in
malpractice payouts

10%


Reduction in
C-section rates

100%


Compliance with
nationally endorsed
protocols (including
elective deliveries
before 39 weeks
and use of steroids
for eligible patients)

2.5%


Average episiotomy rate
(half the nationally
accepted goal)

Differentiated customer experience

Since our founding in 2006, OBHG has stayed true to our core, which has allowed us to develop deep knowledge and experience within the OB hospitalist space, including clinical data sets, OB hospitalist specific training and processes for ensuring compliance to national, evidence-based protocols. Across our national network, our hospital partners see better patient outcomes, reduced malpractice liability and better overall experience. Ready to learn more about the benefits of an OBHG partnership? Let’s talk!

 

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