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Minimizing Prematurity in a High-Risk Obstetrical Population

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The health status of a high-risk newborn population is determined by the days per thousand and its average length of stay (ALOS) in the NICU. In 2001, the contracted HMO’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) days per thousand averaged 87 days per thousand admits. Its average length of stay for newborns in the NICU was 14 days.
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