Preemie abandonment? Multidisciplinary experts consider how to best meet preemies needs at "preterm infants

a collaborative approach to specialized care" roundtable.

Heidelise Als, Richard Behrman, Paul Checchia, Scott Denne, Phyllis Dennery, Caroline B. Hall, Richard Martin, Howard Panitch, Barbara Schmidt, David K. Stevenson, Linda Vila

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Abstract

In June 2006, the Institute of Medicine (LoM), released a comprehensive study, Preterm Birth: Causes, Consequences, and Prevention. The report was a result of the IoM's efforts, in particular the Committee on Understanding Premature Birth and Assuring Healthy Outcomes, to better understand and prevent preterm birth and improve care for babies born prematurely. After its publication, a group of health care professionals came together in a roundtable session, "Preterm Infants: A Collaborative Approach to Specialized Care," to discuss the implications of the report. The following article captures the group's April 2007 discussion about the clinical and societal problems of preterm birth. It should be of interest to hospital administrators, pediatricians, third-party payers, policy makers, public health officials, academic researchers, funding agencies, allied health professionals, and others with a vested interest in curbing healthcare costs as well as what needs to be understood and done to safeguard the short- and long-term health of a most vulnerable population.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)17-24
Number of pages8
JournalModern Healthcare
Volume37
Issue number23
StatePublished - Jun 4 2007
Externally publishedYes

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Preemie abandonment? Multidisciplinary experts consider how to best meet preemies needs at "preterm infants : a collaborative approach to specialized care" roundtable. / Als, Heidelise; Behrman, Richard; Checchia, Paul; Denne, Scott; Dennery, Phyllis; Hall, Caroline B.; Martin, Richard; Panitch, Howard; Schmidt, Barbara; Stevenson, David K.; Vila, Linda.

In: Modern Healthcare, Vol. 37, No. 23, 04.06.2007, p. 17-24.

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Als, H, Behrman, R, Checchia, P, Denne, S, Dennery, P, Hall, CB, Martin, R, Panitch, H, Schmidt, B, Stevenson, DK & Vila, L 2007, 'Preemie abandonment? Multidisciplinary experts consider how to best meet preemies needs at "preterm infants: a collaborative approach to specialized care" roundtable.', Modern Healthcare, vol. 37, no. 23, pp. 17-24.
Als, Heidelise ; Behrman, Richard ; Checchia, Paul ; Denne, Scott ; Dennery, Phyllis ; Hall, Caroline B. ; Martin, Richard ; Panitch, Howard ; Schmidt, Barbara ; Stevenson, David K. ; Vila, Linda. / Preemie abandonment? Multidisciplinary experts consider how to best meet preemies needs at "preterm infants : a collaborative approach to specialized care" roundtable. In: Modern Healthcare. 2007 ; Vol. 37, No. 23. pp. 17-24.
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