Neonatal Intensive Care and High-risk Obstetric Demand for the University of Michigan Medical Center: Submitted to the Program in Hospital Administration ... in Partial Fulfillment ... for the Degree of Master of Health Services Administration
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9 9 Northern admission use rate Ann Arbor average length average number baby calculated clinic coverage delivery demand estimates demand for high-risk demand for neonatal equipment Estimated Patient Days estriol expected number facilities fertile female population forecasted demand high-risk mothers high-risk obstetric service Hillsdale Holden identified increase intensive care beds intensive care services intensive care unit Lenawee length of stay methodology Michigan Medical Center Moderate Intensive neonatal intensive neonatology newborn Northern Region number of patient number of visits nursing obstetricians Out-of-State 9 9 oxytocin challenge tests patient admissions patient load patient visits pediatric PeriCu Perinatal Intensive perinatal mortality personnel physicians planning pregnancy prenatal present primary service area projected referral hospital Region 9 respiratory therapists Secondary Service Area seven county Southeastern Region specialized staff Swyer Total Patients University Hospital University Hospital's University of Michigan Upper Peninsula utilization Washtenaw County Wayne Western Region 13 Women's Hospital