Team Birth Project article ranked #1 HealthLeaders clinical care story of 2019

HealthLeaders recently published its 2019 top 10 list of clinical care stories, including articles on new research findings, pressing concerns in clinical care and more. They ranked the top 10 stories based on how they resonated with the HealthLeaders audience and their focus on pressing concerns in clinical care. The top-ranked story of 2019 is about the Team Birth Project, an initiative aimed to decrease C-sections and improve birth outcomes. Ob Hospitalist Group partners Overlake Medical Center in Bellevue, WA and EvergreenHealth Medical Center...


Capital Public Radio: Mental health care could get easier for new moms under new California rules

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Dr. Lakisha Crigler, OBHG hospitalist in Mississippi talks about OBHG’s OBED, a “novel approach to disrupt the state’s maternal and infant...


KevinMD: There’s no place like labor and delivery for the holidays

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FierceHealthcare: Helping hospitals prepare for new maternal health accreditation standards

Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mark Simon focuses on the 13 new elements of performance related to maternal health that the Joint Commission will require...


KevinMD: The medical illiteracy epidemic

Chicago OBHG clinician Dr. Nicolai Hinds raises the topic of medical illiteracy. He describes how he recently found that he needed to challenge his...


MEDPAGE Today: Excuse me doctors and nurses, your bias is showing

Medical Director of Operations Dr. Alisa Erogbogbo writes about cultural bias in medicine. She discusses that in order to close the gaps in care...


In-Training: The career less traveled: Choosing Ob Hospitalist Medicine

Texas OBHG clinician Dr. Angela Kim shares her decision to move from residency to an OB hospitalist career. She focuses on many different components...


Forbes: Hospitals are joining the freelance revolution: Meet OBHG and the future of medicine

Calling OBHG “the future of medicine,” the author explores the changing OB physician workforce. The benefits of OBHG’s model for hospitals, patients, doctors and...


Forbes: American women are dying unnecessarily in childbirth: How can we stop it?

The author describes the OB hospitalist concept as a “better approach to keeping mothers safe.” The current OB/GYN model is examined, agreeing with the...

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