Ob.Gyn.News: In a public health crisis, obstetric collaboration is mission-critical

Obstetric collaboration during a public health crisis such as coronavirus (COVID-19) is vitally important. In Ob.Gyn.News, OBHG's Dr. Mark Simon outlines how close collaboration between OBs will keep patients and health care personnel safe and healthy. This is especially important because obstetricians play a critical role during health crises due to their unique role with patients during all stages of pregnancy.

Dr. Simon provides details on how OB hospitalists can support private practice community obstetricians in the provision of care during this public health crisis. According to the article, hospitalists can help to ensure pregnant patients are protected during triage, assist with refining COVID-19 protocols specifically for the L&D setting and cover L&D so that community OBs can focus on other pressing medical needs.

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Note: This article also appeared in Medscape and Family Practice News. You may be required to sign up for a free Medscape account to read the full article.


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