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Case Study: High-Tech OB Simulation Training Educates OB Teams, Improves Quality of Rural Health Care

Description
Reports on a pilot obstetrics simulation training program intended to help rural family physicians and obstetric care teams recognize and react to complications related to pregnancy, initially focusing on hemorrhaging. Identifies planned quality improvement measures resulting from the training and includes program contact information. Program targeted 12 rural hospitals in Nebraska.
Date
2018
Type
Document
Organizations
Bryan Health, Heartland Health Alliance
Tagged as
Health workforce education and training · Healthcare quality · Hospitals · Maternal health and prenatal care · Nebraska