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.
ACOG TV: Second victim phenomenon
OBHG's Senior Director of Medical Operations Dr. Charlie Jaynes spoke to ACOG TV about the "second victim" phenomenon and OBHG's new CARE program.
Healthcare Finance: Obstetrician hospitalist partnerships can reduce risk of medical malpractice claims, burnout
Dr. Mark Simon, OBHG Chief Medical Officer discusses obstetric lawsuits and OB/GYN burnout.
US News & World Report: Identify med schools with strong OB/GYN programs
One of the best indications that a med school provides solid preparation for an OB/GYN career is to see how many of its recent...
Becker’s Hospital Review: Opiods after delivery: Addressing postpartum pain relief without feeding addiction
OBHG’s Dr. Stephen Baskuk recommends takeaways on how physicians, department heads and hospital administrators address postpartum pain relief (including for C-sections) when there is...
Contemporary OB/GYN: Decreasing cesareans: VBAC and patient empowerment
OBHG’s Dr. Jane van Dis comments on the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) newly updated guidance on VBACs.