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Date: Thursday, July 17, 2014
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Obstetrical adverse events that occur during hospitalization can result in significant harm to both mother and child. They are also costly due to complications and extended hospital stays. Many obstetrical adverse events are preventable. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Partnership for Patients initiative has challenged hospital engagement networks to take obstetrical safety to the next level, move beyond elective deliveries, and tackle preeclampsia and maternal hemorrhage. Research shows hospitals have a strong chance to alter patient outcomes for these conditions.
This webinar focused on preeclampsia. Hypertensive disorders occur in as many as 22 percent of pregnancies and are responsible for approximately 17 percent of maternal mortality. A systematic approach to preeclampsia using readiness, recognition, and response can have a significant impact on patient safety.
This webinar discussed the following topics:
Vickie Sears, MS, RN
Essential Hospitals Engagement Network
at America’s Essential Hospitals