Topic: Obstetrics and gynecology
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.
Calling the growing problem of maternal mortality "ridiculous," Rep. Robin Kelly is seeking to rally support around legislation that would require protocols in hospitals for protecting new mothers and standardize data collection to help health officials better track the issue.
Memorial Healthcare System launched a program for expectant mothers who are addicted to opioids that bucks the trend in how to care for these women.
The move is aimed at encouraging students to pursue careers in less lucrative specialties, as graduates won’t be saddled with six-figure debt.
The United States may be the most dangerous country in the developed world in which to give birth, according to a new report.
In a country where 50% of the population has at least one risk factor for heart disease, cardiologists will be in short supply in the next 10 years.