We've updated Improving Health Care Response to Obstetric Hemorrhage, version 2.0: A California Quality Improvement Toolkit
CMQCC is devoted to eliminating preventable maternal death and injury and promoting equitable maternity care in California by bringing resources, tools, measures, and quality improvement techniques to providers, administrators, and public health leaders. This is a long term collaborative effort of many organizations and individuals (see about us for more information) with sponsorship of the California Department of Public Health (Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Program), the California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative (CPQCC), California HealthCare Foundation (CHCF) and the Centers for Disease Control. We are over 250 clinicians, public health leaders, key payors and public representatives all devoted to improving childbirth outcomes.
Current Priority Initiatives:
California Maternal Data Center (CMDC)
The California Maternal Data Center (CMDC) is a statewide initiative to generate rapid-cycle performance metrics on maternity care services. The program is designed to facilitate hospital quality improvement activities and service-line management in a way that is low burden, low cost and high value for hospital participants. Interested hospitals can learn more about participation in the For Hospitals section OR visit our Demonstration Site to experience the Maternal Data Center for yourself! Hospitals demonstrating their commitment to monitoring and improving the quality of perinatal care are CMDC Quality Leaders
California Partnership for Maternal Safety (CPMS)
The California Partnership for Maternal Safety (CPMS) is an effort to align with national expertise and efforts aiming to standardize care in all hospitals that provide maternity services. The CPMS is a multi-year, multi-stakeholder project comprised of physicians, midwives, nurses, patient safety specialists and other clinical care experts. The initial clinical focus for CPMS will be Obstetric Hemorrhage and Preeclampsia. Registration is now open for participation in the California Partnership for Maternal Safety. To register, email Valerie Cape at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Go-To Place for Maternal Quality Improvement...Our site brings you current information about California maternal outcomes, the specific projects that we are tackling, annotated bibliographies of important topics, resources that we have developed or have received from other organizations, key links, and specific information that will assist your organization in performing quality improvement for maternity topics. The site also serves as a communications tool for the many CMQCC committees that are working on state-wide projects.
For clinical questions about any Toolkit content, please contact CMQCC's Clinical Manager, Nancy Peterson at email@example.com
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