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Eliminating Early Elective Deliveries at Care New England

Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Time: 2:00 PM EDT

Reducing early elective deliveries has been a topic of national conversation and was one of the most successful areas for the Partnership for Patients demonstration project. The data are clear about the risks of unnecessary elective deliveries scheduled between 37 and 39 weeks when compared with outcomes at 39 weeks or beyond.

During this webinar member Care New England Health System, in an effort spearheaded by Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island, shared how they virtually eliminated early term elective deliveries by engaging physicians and patients, maintaining a near zero rate over the past four years.

Speakers:
James O’Brien, MD
Medical Director of Inpatient Obstetrics
Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island

Robert M. Insoft, MD
Senior Vice President of Quality & Medical Affairs, Chief Medical Officer, Staff Neonatologist
Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island

For webinar registration assistance, contact Darlene Shenier at dshenier@essentialhospitals.org.

Speakers

James O’Brien, MD
Medical Director of Inpatient Obstetrics
Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island

Robert M. Insoft, MD
Senior Vice President of Quality & Medical Affairs, Chief Medical Officer and Staff Neonatologist
Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island

Webinar Attendees

Darlene Shenier Darlene Shenier
Mark Adelman
Bonnie Miller
Angela Davis-Collins
Karen Wong
Julya Miner Julya Miner
Sandy Aguilera
Deborah Lynn
Mary Carty
Patricia Catherson
Jeremy Milner Jeremy Milner
Patricia Parker
Angelleen Peters-Lewis
Matthew Quin
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