Podcast with OBHG’s chief medical officer about maternal mortality, physician burnout and more

By OBHG Marketing on June 21st, 2019

OBHG's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Mark Simon, recently spoke with The American Journal of Managed Care about maternal mortality, implicit bias in healthcare, physician burnout and OB hospitalist medicine. Listen to the podcast interview here. Here are some highlight points Dr. Simon covered during the discussion:

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New OBHG partnership: Mercy Hospital Fort Smith

By OBHG Marketing on June 20th, 2019

We would like to welcome Mercy Hospital Fort Smith in Fort Smith, AR to the OBHG family! Earlier this month, we kicked off a full-time, Type A OBED. This partnership is OBHG's 11th program to start in 2019.

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New OBHG partnership: Nicklaus Children’s Hospital

By OBHG Marketing on June 18th, 2019

We are excited to welcome Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami, FL to the OBHG family! In early June, we kicked off a part-time OB triage program with plans to convert to a full-time, type A OBED in year two. This is OBHG's 10th partnership to start in 2019. 

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Celebrating Healthcare Risk Management Week

By OBHG Marketing on June 17th, 2019

During Healthcare Risk Management Week, we pause to recognize the dedication of our Risk Management, Quality and Compliance Department team. Their work is so important for improving patient outcomes, managing risk and increasing efficiencies.

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Ways physicians can be more inclusive for LGBTQ+ patients

By OBHG Marketing on June 14th, 2019

As the number of individuals identifying as LGBTQ+ increases, physicians need to revisit their communication and care strategies. Writing for Physicians Practice, OBHG’s Dr. Jane Van Dis provides her perspective on how physicians can be more inclusive for LGBTQ+ patients.  Full article here

OBHG partnership supports family practice residency program when emergencies arise

By OBHG Marketing on June 12th, 2019

The family practice residency program at Cox Medical Center South once relied on a single community OB/GYN for on-call C-section coverage and OB support. Cox South, located in Springfield, MO, has a high-risk patient population, with a large portion of patients on Medicaid. The residency program accepts high-risk patient transfers from its partner maternal fetal medicine practice, which are even higher risk. Residents were tasked with caring for these high-risk OB patients with minimal support.

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New OBHG partnership: Houston Methodist Baytown Hospital

By OBHG Marketing on June 7th, 2019

Please help us welcome Houston Methodist Baytown Hospital to the OBHG family! In May, we launched a full-time, Type A OBED. 

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OBHG’s 2019 Progress Notes highlights hospital partner successes, important industry topics and more

By OBHG Marketing on May 30th, 2019

We are excited to share the second annual issue of OBHG’s 2019 Progress Notes with you. Progress Notes is part of a broader effort to ensure that we consistently communicate our vision and direction to our hospital partners. It is also an opportunity to look back and highlight some of our accomplishments, take note of our progress and look to the future. 

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Hospital CMO describes risk of hospital-run 24/7 L&D coverage

By OBHG Marketing on May 28th, 2019

As OB hospitalist programs become the standard of care across the country, many hospitals are enticed to save money by running the program themselves. As one hospital CMO found, this approach may ultimately cost more in administration fees, locums utilization and physician satisfaction.

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