Topic: Obstetrics and gynecology
There’s a growing shortage of obstetricians and gynecologists and millennial women starting families may face the biggest impact, according to a report.
Kaiser Permanente released research showing changes in preoperative and postoperative processes can reduce opioid use after cesarean sections.
Hospitals and health systems are redoubling efforts to make sure women have safe pregnancies and positive health outcomes across the care continuum.
Fifty-seven hospitals across the country received high performance rankings in nine specialty procedures and conditions, new data show.
Mahmee, a startup focused on maternal and infant health, just closed a $3 million funding round that includes Mark Cuban and Serena Williams.
UnitedHealthcare has launched a bundled payment program for maternity care and expects to roll it out to 20 provider groups by the end of 2019.
Researchers found a decrease in low birth weight and preterm births among black babies born in Medicaid expansion states.
The U.S. is trying to improve pregnancy outcomes. Imagine a model of prenatal care where there are fewer doctor visits of higher quality.
Obstetrics represents a sliver of liability claims, but a new report suggests that many of these cases involve patient injuries of greater severity.
A new study dives into the prevalence of immigrants in the healthcare workforce, plus more healthcare headlines.