Contemporary OB/GYN: How obstetric hospitalists impact maternal disparities

"Maternal outcomes differ significantly based on patient race but can be improved by obstetric (OB) hospitalist-based care, according to recent data by Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG)."

Contemporary OB/GYN's ecently published article highlights data from OBHG's new report, Racial disparities in maternal outcomes: An analysis of the impact of OB hospitalist involved care on implicit bias.

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Modern Healthcare: Obstetrics faces declines in residency applicants, services

OBHG's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mark Simon recently spoke with Modern Healthcare, discussing how the current political climate regarding women’s reproductive...


USA Today: The rate of women dying in childbirth surged by 40%. These deaths are preventable.

Another OBHG clinician was in a major news outlet story about U.S. maternal deaths surging. OBHG Site Director Dr. Idalia-Rosado-Torres was...


CNN: US maternal death rate rose sharply in 2021, CDC data shows, and experts worry the problem is getting worse

Concerning news came out today about U.S. maternal deaths surging to the highest rate in nearly 60 years. OBHG Site Director Dr. Chasity Jennings-Nunez...


Texas Tribune: Why are pregnancy and childbirth killing so many Black women in Texas?

A new Texas Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Review Committee and Department of State Health Services Report is out and OBHG's Dr. Rakhi Dimino provided insights...


Risk & Insurance: High Medical Malpractice Premiums Are Driving OB-GYNs Out of the Business. How Will Women Cope?

In a recent article, Risk & Insurance looked at high malpractice premiums for OB/GYNs and whether changes to the way OB/GYNs risks are managed...


Texas Medical Association: COVID-19 now a major cause of maternal death, GAO report

“We already knew that Black women were disproportionally affected by maternal death. COVID made that gap even bigger than it was before.”

OBHG’S Dr. Rakhi...


The Business Times: Diplomat program physician Dr. Patrick Pevoto named president of the Colorado Medical Society

Dr. Patrick Pevoto recently started his role as President of the Colorado Medical Society. He has served on the Board of Directors for six...


Caring Greatly podcast: Fundamental changes to work structure as an antidote to burnout

OBHG's Dr. Lisa Bukovac, senior vice president of clinical operations, recently participated in a conversation on the Caring Greatly podcast, a platform designed for...


MDedge: Should we rethink maternal monitoring of fetal movement through “kick counts”?

OBHG's Dr. Jennifer Lesko recently published an article in Mdedge about reconsidering the recommendation for practicing fetal kick counts. A meta-analysis demonstrated no decrease in...

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