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Bryan Health Recognized by ACCME for Innovative OB Simulation Training Collaboration

Hemorrhage is a leading cause of maternal death within 42 days of the end of pregnancy, yet many of these deaths are preventable. Rural areas suffer 64 percent more maternal loss than urban areas. Recognizing the need for real-life training, Bryan Health, the Heartland Health Alliance (HHA​) and Bryan College of Health Sciences piloted an OB simulation training under the leadership of Benjamin Byers, DO, Center for Maternal and Fetal Care. The goal: to educate OB care teams in recognizing and reacting to pregnancy-related complications.

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Thought Leadership and Expertise

Providing you with knowledge and education to thrive in your communities

At Bryan, we're committed to staying on top of the latest, proven strategies and issues in health care and educating and equipping rural Nebraska with the knowledge and resources to deliver the best care in their communities.

We provide access to subject matter experts in a number of areas and deliver education through a variety of platforms including continuing medical education courses, annual conferences, executive roundtables and more to ensure you and your providers are powered with accurate and timely information.

Our services include:

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High-tech OB simulation training educates OB teams, improves quality of rural health care

In the U.S., hemorrhage is a leading cause of maternal death within 42 days of the end of pregnancy, yet many of these deaths are preventable. While not all cases involve postpartum hemorrhage, the risk of excessive bleeding after childbirth is concerning enough that health care providers need to be thoroughly prepared at all times. Recognizing that the need for real-life training is especially great in rural areas, where the maternal death rate is up to 64 percent higher than it is in urban areas, Bryan Health and the Heartland Health Alliance (HHA) piloted an OB simulation training program in 2018. The goal: to educate OB care teams, including family physicians who deliver babies, in recognizing and reacting to pregnancy-related complications.

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Access to Subject Matter Experts

We serve as a resource to provide information from leading experts on topics including:

  • Leadership
  • Finance
  • Revenue cycle
  • Quality
  • Human resources
  • Physician services
  • Performance improvement
  • Governance

Compendium of Hospital & Community Partnerships

View Success Stories of Rural Communities Cultivating Healthy Lives

Share Your Community's Success Story

With a vision to create innovative approaches to effectively improve the health status of your community, you often serve as a catalyst for healthy lives taking root in your community. If you have engaged local businesses, schools, community centers, city programs or others to inspire integrated health and life services, we encourage you to share your story for publication in our Compendium of Best Practices in Rural Health Hospital-Community Partnerships.

How it Works:

1. Learn more about the publication submission criteria

2. Submit your story for review

Continuing Medical Education (CME)

Throughout the year, we host a variety of continuing medical education classes for physicians to maintain, develop and increase the knowledge, skills and professional performance needed to provide the best services to their patients.

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Continuing Medical Education (CME) Conferences

Our annual, all-day conferences allow physicians and advanced practice providers to network and learn about the latest topics in health care, best practices, resources available and much more.

Our annual conferences include:

Primary Care Spring & Fall Conference

The Primary Care Conference is designed with rural physicians in mind and covers a myriad of topics. Our former conference included education on:

  • COPD and lung cancer 
  • Palliative care benefits and components of conversation
  • Joint pain and swelling
  • Skin lesions and rashes 
  • Wound care
  • New hypertension guidelines
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
  • Managing narcotics 
  • Obstetric red flags 
  • Choosing wisely topics 

Bryan Heart Spring & Fall Cardiology Conferences

The Bryan Heart Fall and Spring Cardiology Conferences bring physicians and advanced practice providers together from across the state for an all-day educational event to learn about the latest topics and best practices in heart care. Bryan Heart cardiologists and cardiovascular surgeons deliver new and informative presentations and panel discussions each year.

Physician Leadership

Executive Roundtables

We host executives from organizations across Nebraska at Bryan Medical Center for roundtable discussion. This time allows for leaders committed to providing the best care in their communities to learn and be inspired, discuss new topics and issues in health care, share best practices, network and mentor peers.

Next Steps

Contact us today to learn how we can arm you with the knowledge and resources to create a more sustainable future of health care delivery and inspire healthy lives to take root in your community.

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