Topic: Obstetrics and gynecology
In these times, we are rethinking routine prenatal care for low-risk women.
Out-of-pocket costs related to maternity care grew significantly over the past decade—despite an ACA mandate that such services are covered.
Here are five physicians who made headlines in 2019 for allegations of misconduct.
There’s been growing attention paid this year to the U.S.’ shocking problem of maternal mortality, a problem that Mahmee, a digital health startup, is trying to solve and which its co-founder and CEO Melissa Hanna, J.D., calls a public health crisis.
The financial improvement rural hospitals gain by affiliating with healthcare systems may come at a cost to patient care quality.
Babyscripts is expanding its reach in the Medicaid market with a strategic partnership with Aetna Better Health of Pennsylvania.
The University of Arizona will provide free tuition to medical students in an effort to increase the number of primary care doctors.
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.