Something is costing your health plan a whole lot of money, and it's largely due to uninformed choice. No, it's not lax benefit selections, but rather early induced deliveries.
That's not to say that some babies don't need to be induced before full term (40 weeks gestation) because of medical reasons, but a growing trend shows that hospitals are electing this option because of revenue and doctors' schedules or because moms simply want to schedule their births.
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