Kentucky Perinatal Quality Collaborative
Quality improvement in healthcare has a long history, traceable to Ernest Codman and the American College of Surgeons, resulting in the Hospital Standardization Program in 1917...
The Kentucky Perinatal Quality Collaborative is a group of maternal child health providers dedicated to enhancing the outcomes for mothers and babies throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Through the use of quality improvement science, the KPQC will lead collaborative projects to reduce preterm births and improve outcomes of mothers and babies in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Read Dr. Ruth Ann Shepherd's presentation on regionalization of parental care in the foundation years of a quality collaborative.
This is your opportunity to get involved and have an impact on maternal child health at your local institution and the state. To become involved, get in touch today.