Health AdministrationBut in analyzing how orders for C-sections were generated, they found that many began with repeated calls by nurses to ... look at its behaviors, the OB/GYN department decreased the rate from a 1993 high of 26% to 17% at the end of 1997. Changing expectations Any number of strategies inside and outside the hospital can decrease C-section rates, Flamm says. ... monitored for several hours without being admitted, will give staff the flexibility to send women home or to watch them.
|Title||:||Medical Guidelines and Outcomes at Work|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 1998|