The Obstetrics Podcast is a series of conversations with clinicians, hospital executives and industry guests. Topics range from maternal mortality, to physician burnout, to the changing landscape of women’s healthcare.
The realities of managing on-site labor & delivery coverage
Dr. Mark Olszyk, Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Carroll Hospital, discusses the benefits of having a national provider manage L&D coverage and the realities of a hospital trying to manage it alone.
Partnering with a local OB/GYN vs. a national group for OB coverage
Asia Dean shares the benefits of working with a national group like OBHG for coverage.
When Physicians Assume Leadership Roles
Dr. Renee Lockey discusses what it's like when physicians assume leadership roles.
From a Private OB/GYN: Hospitalists are the Future of OB Services
David Afram, MD Discusses the evolving OB profession/landscape and the hospital's decision to enlist an OB hospitalist model.
Addressing Cultural Bias in L&D
It is important for healthcare providers to understand the issues of gaps in healthcare caused by cultural biases, and to understand the practices contributed to the care and to know what can be done to curve bias, especially in labor and delivery. Dr. Alissa Erogbogbo, Medical Director of Operations at OB Hospitality Group, addresses the cultural bias in labor and delivery.
How Can Hospitals and Physicians Better Diagnose and Treat Preeclampsia
Preeclampsia is a concern for pregnant women and those who have just delivered. Dr. Mark Simon, Chief Medical Officer for OB Hospitalist Group, and Eleni Tsigas, CEO of the Preeclampsia Foundation and member of the Board of Directors for Preeclampsia Foundation Canada, discuss this condition.