March is Trisomy Awareness Month

By OBHG Marketing on March 20th, 2018

What a difference a few decades makes. As recently as the 1940s, children born with Down syndrome were expected to live only to age 12. By the 1980s, life expectancy was about 25 years. Today, the average person with Down syndrome lives to be 60. Last year, Guinness World Records listed Kenny Cridge of England as the world’s oldest living person with Down syndrome

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OBHG hospitalist quoted in Reader’s Digest article

By OBHG Marketing on March 16th, 2018

Earlier this month, Dr. Jane van Dis, OBHG hospitalist and medical director of business development, was quoted in a Reader's Digest story, 15 Signs Your Weight Gain Means Your Health is in Trouble. Dr. van Dis shares her insight into three of the signs that weight gain could be a bigger issue: irregular periods, painful periods, and abdominal pain. 

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Upcoming Events 2018

By OBHG Marketing on March 14th, 2018

Ob Hospitalist Group will be attending the following meetings or conferences in the near future:

January 13-16; Bonita Springs, FL

January 31 - February 2; Dallas, Texas

Michigan Section of ACOG
February 2-4; Crystal Mountain Resort, Thompsonville, MI

February 23-24; Anaheim, CA

MI Michigan
March 5; Lansing Center, MI

April 12-15; Indianapolis, IN




Patient Safety Awareness Week 2018

By OBHG Marketing on March 12th, 2018

March 11-17 is National Patient Safety Awareness Week 2018. The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) is the primary sponsor of the annual observance through its United for Patient Safety Campaign.

IHI is asking both clinicians and consumers to focus on patient safety as a serious public health issue.

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Endometriosis increases risk for pregnancy complications

By OBHG Marketing on March 6th, 2018

Millions of women around the world suffer from endometriosis — a condition in which uterine tissue migrates and grows abnormally outside of the uterus. Some women have no symptoms, while others experience severe pain, especially during their menstrual period.

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) estimates that about one in 10 reproductive-age women suffers from endometriosis.

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Redefining ‘special delivery’: Benefits of obstetrical emergency care units

By OBHG Marketing on March 2nd, 2018

From ReachMD with host Renée Simone Yolanda Allen, MD, MHSc., FACOG

Obstetrical emergency care units offer pregnant women highly-specialized emergency care as a better alternative to the traditional emergency room visit.  These units have been proven to increase patient satisfaction and improve emergency room wait time lengths. Where are they being utilized, and what are the barriers to implementing them nationwide?

Host Renée Allen talks with guests Dr. Brian Gilpin, national clinical director of operations for OB hospitalists at Mednax National Medical Group, and OBHG Founder Dr. Christopher Swain. They discuss the benefits and challenges of obstetrical emergency care units.

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Leadership in Action: Dr. Deborah Bowers

By OBHG Marketing on February 27th, 2018

Many OBHG clinicians volunteer in leadership roles within their program hospitals, communities, or professional organizations. In the Leadership in Action series, our hospitalists share how they choose to serve others.

Dr. Deborah Bowers, team lead for one of our programs in Reston, Va., says that serving on hospital committees not only helps her connect with fellow physicians and hospital staff, but also allows her to help affect change in the facility.

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Dynamic Director of Hospital Operations: Kristen Fuentealba

By OBHG Marketing on February 23rd, 2018

Every day, OBHG's clinical and operational leadership teams support our hospitalists in their programs. The Medical Director of Operations, Regional Vice President of Operations, and Director of Hospital Operations work to help ensure that programs run smoothly and facilitate hospitalists' success. One leader of these leaders is Kristen Fuentealba, Director of Hospital Operations over Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, and Tennessee.

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MDO on the move: Dr. Charles Rollison

By OBHG Marketing on February 20th, 2018

Every day, Ob Hospitalist Group's clinical and operational leadership teams support our clinicians in their programs. The medical director of operations, regional vice president of operations, and director of hospital operations work to help ensure that programs run smoothly and facilitate hospitalists' success. Dr. Charles Rollison is an MDO for the OBHG region that includes Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, and Tennessee.

He focuses on clinical operations, including clinical leadership, hospital relationships, new program starts, clinical strategic leadership, and business development support. Our MDOs help ensure the clinical teams are delivering quality programs that achieve both OBHG's and the hospital's clinical and operational objectives.

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Decreasing cesareans: VBAC and patient empowerment

By OBHG Marketing on February 16th, 2018

According to OBHG's Dr. Jane van Dis, vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) attempts can reduce medically unnecessary C-sections. This week, Contemporary OB/GYN published an article by Dr. van Dis, who serves as OBHG's Medical Director for Business Development and an OB hopsitalist in Bakersfield, CA. 

"The VBAC attempt rate is only about 9%, even though the overall success rate for women who attempt a trial of labor after cesarean delivery is estimated at 60% to 80%. We can do better," she writes.

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