Top Ten Most Shared Blog Posts of 2013


 


Here are the ten posts with the highest number of social media shares in 2013. Thanks for reading!



  1. State Cesarean Rates: 2012 Preliminary Data (9808 shares)

  2. Side-By-Side Comparison Of Cesarean Rates And Births Covered By Medicaid (2182 shares)

  3. How Much Money Does This Kentucky Hospital Think An Uncomplicated Vaginal Birth Is Worth? (1583 shares)

  4. Vaginal Birth Rates (1424 shares)

  5. World Health Organization's 15 Percent Cesarean Rate Recommendation (1144 shares)

  6. Home Birth Percentages By State, 2011 (1024 shares)

  7. How Does Your State Measure Up? (978 shares)

  8. World Cesarean Rates, 2008 (938 shares)

  9. Practice Variation In West Virginia: 60 Miles And 54 Percentage Points (852 shares)

  10. What Is Practice Variation In Obstetrics And Why Should I Care? (787 shares)


 


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All blog posts of 2013 in reverse chronological order




On which days of the week are most U.S. babies born?


The Leapfrog Group to Publish Low-Risk Cesarean Rates in 2015


How Much Money Does This Kentucky Hospital Think An Uncomplicated Vaginal Birth Is Worth?


State Cesarean Rates: 2012 Preliminary Data


Side-by-Side Comparison of Cesarean Rates and Births Covered by Medicaid


How Does Your State Measure Up?


Total Births Per U.S. State or Territory of Residence, 2011


How Does "Physician-Induced Demand" Affect Individual Physicians' Cesarean Rates?


IOM Releases Report from the "Partnering with Patients to Drive Shared Decisions" Workshop


Miami-Dade County Cesarean Rates by Hospital, 2012


Cesarean Rates by Race, All U.S. States, 2011


Top Ten Highest Arkansas Cesarean Rates, 2012


Home Birth Percentages by State, 2011


Comparison of Primary Cesarean Rates: Utah vs. Kentucky


2011 Texas Cesarean Rates


2010 Massachusetts Cesarean Rates


¿Qué es la variación de la práctica clínica en obstetricia y por qué debería importarme?


A Brief History of the No Elective Deliveries Before 39 Weeks Campaign


IOM Excludes Patients from Agenda of Upcoming Workshop on Birth Settings


Vaginal Birth Rates


World Cesarean Rates, 2008


What is practice variation in obstetrics and why should I care?


If your doctor is not posting their statistics, you should ask them "WHY NOT?"


An Interview with Nathanael Johnson, Author of "All Natural"


How to calculate delivery method rates


Lowest Twenty Cesarean Rates in California, 2011


Practice Variation in East Los Angeles Cesarean Rates


World Health Organization's 15 Percent Cesarean Rate Recommendation


Practice Variation in West Virginia: 60 Miles and 54 Percentage Points



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