Healthleaders: CMOs have key role to play addressing staff mistreatment in OB/GYN field

A recent JAMA Network Open article found sexual harassment and other forms of mistreatment are common in the obstetrics-gynecology field. OBHG's Dr. Mark Simon spoke with HealthLeaders, reacting to the research, saying CMOs and other healthcare leaders need to address the problem.

OB-GYN has the highest percentage of female clinicians such as physicians and midwives, which underlies the data in the research article, Simon says. "With a large percentage of female clinicians and as is the case in society at large, women are on the receiving end of...


Healthleaders: 3 ways CMOs can improve maternal care

OBHG's Dr. Mark Simon recently shared his advice for chief medical officers seeking to improve maternal care with HealthLeaders.

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Contemporary OBGYN: Study unveils maternal mortality tracking trends

Delve into the implications of a study investigating maternal mortality tracking methods in the United States, as OBHG’s Chief Medical Officer,...


WINK News: The deadly side of childbirth; why are more new mothers dying?

With the concerning increase in the number of women dying during childbirth in the U.S., NCH North Naples Hospital is focused on women and...


Physicians Practice: Recruiting the difficult-to-hire physician

In the current healthcare landscape, physicians are facing unprecedented challenges as they grapple with the burden of working multiple weekday and weekend shifts, uncompetitive...


WHSV3: New mom shares her successful birthing story

Births don't always go as expected. When a patient went into labor early and fetal heart rate tracings showed the baby's heart rate was...


Medical Economics: Recruiting hard-to-hire physicians

OBHG Senior Clinical Recruiter Randy Ferjuste recently provided her perspective on recruiting hard-to-hire physicians with Medical Economics.  Randy's key strategies and best practices for...


Nola.com: Nurse midwives could ease Louisiana's infant mortality crisis. Why hasn't the state embraced them?

There's a scarcity of nurse midwives in Louisiana. It’s challenging to persuade more OB/GYNs to move to rural communities in Louisiana. Yet, Louisiana is...


Mississippi Today: Shortage of OB-GYNs is leaving Mississippi moms-to-be stranded for care

Mississippi is just one of many states feeling the impact of the OB/GYN shortage. OBHG's Dr. Norman Connell recently discussed how OBHG is helping...


CNN: Maternal deaths in US hospitals are declining, study suggests, but birthing complications are rising

A new study suggests that the rate of pregnant women dying of delivery-related causes in the hospital appears to have declined significantly across the...

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