SPOTLIGHT: Too many C-sections?

For some time, insurers and healthcare providers have been working to reduce the number of c-sections performed in hospitals. However, despite these efforts, hospitals still perform a very high rate of c-section deliveries, far more than clinical guidelines suggest. And the healthcare industry still has a ways to go in acknowledging the problem, one author suggests. Article

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