The Journal of Patient Safety has just published an article “Use of Obstetric and Gynecologic Hospitalists is Associated with Decreased Severe Maternal Morbidity in the United States”. This manuscript was spearheaded by SOGH Past President and member of the SOGH Research Committee, Dr. Vanessa Torbenson. This work is an excellent example of collaborative effort and support given by the SOGH research committee toward an original idea which ultimately resulted in a publication. The information in this article is a step toward highlighting the difference in outcomes made by the impact of OBGYN Hospitalists. If you have an idea you would like to spearhead or collaborate on, join us on the research committee! We look to support and celebrate original research that shows the impact of the work we are all committed to every day.
The OB/GYN Hospitalist Experience During COVID-19 – Survey Results
Thank you to our members who completed our initial COVID-19 survey! Please click below to view the results from our survey.
Congratulations to our ACM Scientific Abstract Winners!
2023 1st place Oral Abstract Presentation: Utilization of a Standardized Pitocin Protocol for the Active Management of the Third Stage of Labor to Reduce the Rate of Obstetrical Hemorrhage
-Audrey Levy, MD
2nd place Abstract Poster Presentation: Reducing Length of Stay After Delivery: Maintaining Patient Safety While Preserving Staff and Improving Family Birth Center Throughout
-Wendy Smith, MD
3rd place Abstract Poster Presentation: Predictors of Treatment Success with an Intrauterine Vacuum-Induced Hemorrhage-Control Device for Management of Postpartum Hemorrhage: Analysis of The Real-World RUBY registry
-Marcela Smid, MD
2022: Does Implementing a Hospitalist System Improve Work-Up Efficiency and Effectiveness on Labor and Delivery
-Arelys Zamora, MD
2021: Realizing the Promise of Evidence-Based Practice in Our Cesarean Delivery Patients: Enhanced Recovery Guidelines Improve Patient Outcomes with Significant Cost Savings
-Regina Gomez, MD