MDedge/ObGYN News: The second victim: More ob.gyn organizations recognize need for support

Dr. Charlie Jaynes, OBHG Senior Director of Medical Operations talks about the dangers of unaddressed second victim impact


Risk & Insurance: Health care took a risk on OB hospitalist programs; what they learned benefit risk managers everywhere

Heather Moore, OBHG’s Vice President of Risk Management, Quality and Compliance explains that departments must be at the forefront of proactively addressing quality improvement...


Becker’s Hospital Review: Confronting the projected OB shortage

A national physician shortage is looming and OB/GYNs are one of the top specialties at risk. An OB/GYN shortage represents both patient and organizational...


The Hospitalist: Hospitalist movers and shakers 

OBHG announces the rollout of its CARE (Clinician Assistance, Recovery, and Encourage) program. CARE uses peer support to assist clinicians facing psychological and emotional...


American Association for Physician Leadership: Communicating with your care team: Do you do it well?

OBHG’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mark Simon writes about the importance of care team communication and how physician leaders can communicate with fellow care...


D CEO Healthcare: In Texas, reducing maternal mortality will take an aggressive shift in approach

Dr. Marc Zepeda, an OBHG hospitalist at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-McKinney outlines three things obstetricians and healthcare workers can do to help...


KevinMD: When outcomes are tragic, doctors suffer too

One of OBHG’s physicians who helped launch OBHG’s CARE program, Dr. Meredith Davenport, discusses “second victims” and OBHG’s CARE (Clinician Assistance, Recovery & Engagement)...


LinkedIn: Hard Cases: When the hard case is one’s self

Dr. Meredith Davenport writes about the painful side of obstetrics.


Houston Chronicle: Three steps to reducing Texas’ maternal mortality

OBHG’s Dr. Rakhi Dimino shares her opinion on why Texas’ maternal mortality rate is so high. She suggests that physicians and midwives aren’t always...


Worker’s Compensation: Ob Hospitalist Group launches CARE program to assist obstetricians suffering from vicarious trauma

Covers the launch of OBHG’s CARE (Clinician Assistance. Recovery & Encouragement) program.

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