OBHG Collaboration Helps Increase Birth Volume

By Kristine Hartvigsen on November 1st, 2016

For more than a decade, the birth rate in New York state has been declining — down 7%. In the northeast region, the downward trend was actually 11%. With fewer births, area hospitals found themselves competing intensely for a shrinking maternity patient pool.

In 2010, Bellevue Woman’s Center, part of Ellis Healthcare, began a relationship with Ob Hospitalist Group to help cultivate the hospital’s status as a center of quality in OB care. A critical part of that strategy was to nurture collaborations with the center’s affiliated private Certified Nurse-Midwifes (CNMs) — a group of professionals well-positioned to attract more patients and stabilize the Labor and Delivery unit’s patient volume.

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