Midwifery Group Practice v Standard Hospital Care: a cost and resource study
Donnellan-Fernandez, Roslyn Elizabeth
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Findings of this Project demonstrate that Midwifery Group Practice (MGP) improves clinical outcomes and resource use in women whose pregnancies are classified as moderate obstetric risk. Further, that MGP is cost effective when compared with Standard Hospital Care (SHC) and MGP can be a safe, all-risk model when services are well integrated within the public maternity system in South Australia.
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