Published in Women's Health Weekly, April 21st, 2005
The March of Dimes noted that babies born prematurely spend significantly longer time in hospitals, have more outpatient visits, and more medical needs. The analysis was underwritten and conducted for the March of Dimes by Thomson Medstat using its database of large self-insured U.S. employers.
In a separate analysis, the March of Dimes estimates that in 2002, almost half of hospital charges for premature infants,...
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