New Hampshire had an NTSV cesarean rate of 24.7% in 2015, which is above the Health People 2020 target of 23.9%.
The state's VBAC rate in 2014 was 12.3% was only slightly higher than the national average. In other words, about 88% of women with a previous C-section end up having a repeat C-section.
Contact your department of health if you think they should report maternity care data.
Consumer Reports Maternity Ratings and Articles
The Leapfrog Group Maternity Ratings and Reports
If you don't see your hospital's rate on the Leapfrog Group web site, it's because they don't report their maternity data to the Leapfrog Hospital Survey. Take action! Ask them why not.
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