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SOGH Members receive the SOGH Bi-monthly eNewsletter with articles geared toward the OB/GYN Hospitalist. Publications typically include a Clinical Pearl and Code This Case, updates on the latest industry research and events, SOGH conference details, and other SOGH news.

Recent Industry News
Postpartum Care Basics for Maternal Safety From Birth to the Comprehensive Postpartum Visit - Tuesday, April 18th Council on Patient Safety in Women's Health Care will host "Postpartum Care Basics for Maternal Safety From Birth to the Comprehensive Postpartum Visit" with Dr. Sue Kendig and Dr. Alison Stuebe on Tuesday, April 18th from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. EST.  Online registration available! A Patient Safety Bundle is available for download and course objectives Include: Provide an in-depth overview of the Postpartum Care Basics for Maternal Safety: From Birth to the Comprehensive Postpartum Visit Patient Safety Bundle. Take a look at the processes, methods, and tools that were used to develop ... Read More
The SOGH 2016 Employment & Salary Survey is now available.  It is the only survey in the U.S. to gather information from those dedicated to improving outcomes for hospitalized women – OB/GYN hospitalists, certified nurse midwives, administrators, and generalists. The report includes comprehensive information, such as key demographics of professionals in the field, statistics related to annual number of deliveries per hospital, current skills utilized as a practicing hospitalist, compensation and benefit  information. A free copy of the report is available to all SOGH members by logging in and accessing the Resources section of the SOGH website.  Non-members interested in purchasing a copy may do ... Read More
SOGH President Elect, Dr. Tanner Colegrove, was interviewed for this article, Hospitals Ramping Up Round-the-Clock Staffing for Pregnancy Emergencies.  The full article is available online, and an excerpt of her contribution to the article is copied below: "As a hospitalist, I see those low-volume, high-acuity [cases] with a lot more frequency, because I am on labor and delivery all the time," says Dr. Tanner Colegrove, medical director of the OB hospitalist program at Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital in Illinois. "Above and beyond, what makes a hospitalist different, is the mindset of preparing and expecting emergencies," says Colegrove, who is the president-elect of the Society ... Read More