Improving Perinatal Care

November 2011
HealthLeaders Magazine;Nov2011, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p62
The article features Pennsylvania-based Geisinger Health System's ProvenCare Perinatal program, the improved women's healthcare program initiated by the organization to enhance obstetrics care. It cites the redesigned perinatal program with its encompassing efficiencies and improved outcomes as the model for a similar project launched by Bon Secours Richmond Health System in Virginia. Described are the processes and strategies employed by Geisinger in developing the successful program.


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