Middle Market Growth: Baby steps
Explores how OBHG is working to improve women’s health care. Features interviews with OBHG CEO Lenny Castiglione and a community physician in Charelston, SC.
Parents Magazine: Is labor coming once you lose your mucus plug?
OBHG Medical Director of Operations Dr. Amy VanBlaricom explains that as a woman nears the end of her pregnancy and her body prepares to go...
HealthLeaders: 2 ways ‘team birth project’ works to decrease maternal mortality
To decrease C-sections and improve birth outcomes, Ariadne Labs, a collaborative of Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health...
The Doctor Weighs In: Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring Training is Crucial to Patient Safety
Routine, rigorous fetal heart rate monitoring training is key to ensuring good outcomes for moms and babies during labor and delivery. OBHG’s Chief Medical...
Tennessean: Tennessee must take steps to prevent maternal deaths
Tennessee has the 10th highest maternal death rate in the country. The Tennessee Department of Health recently issued a report on maternal deaths, noting...
Kitsap Daily News: Local doctor named Washington state ACOG secretary
Dr. Shannon Bailey, OBHG Medical Director of Operations named secretary of the Washington State section of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Fox13 Tampa: OB hospitalists – the standard of care for hospitals
A growing number of hospitals are recognizing the benefits and safety of having an OB hospitalist program. Fox13 Tampa Bay visits AdventHealth Tampa to learn more...
Physician’s Weekly: Burnout: Exploring options for a better life
Physician burnout is a serious matter with serious risks, but not an unsolvable one. OBHG's Medical Director of Operations Dr. Susan Wilson shares her...
Louisville Courier Journal: Where a woman delivers her baby in Kentucky can determine how safe she is
The low rate of childbirth complications at Norton Women and Children’s Hospital, an OBHG partner hospital, are highlighted. Dr. Keehn Hosier, OBHG site director at...
Parents Magazine: Science finally confirms that pregnant women need more personal space
Pregnant women in their third trimester have a greater need for more personal space around them. Dr. Samira Tahtawi, Ob Hospitalist Group site director...