Alaska Perinatal Quality Collaborative

 

Thank you to everyone who helped make the January 25th AKPQC Kick-off a great success! Based on statewide severe mortality and morbidity data and your feedback from the launch survey and kick-off event, the AKPQC Steering Committee chose maternal hypertension as an initial priority focus area. We will be utilizing a framework and resources supported by the Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM) Program.

Over the course of the next several months, we will be reaching out to hospitals and birthing facilities to enroll in AIM and begin this collaborative quality improvement work. In the meantime, an introductory webinar to AIM and the maternal hypertension safety bundle is scheduled for March 19th 12pm-1pm. This webinar will provide an overview of AIM for facilities or providers who were unable to participate in the kick-off meeting in January, and additionally will go into greater detail regarding what will be required of facilities that choose to participate.

AIM Introductory Webinar

When: March 19, 12pm-1pm

Meeting link: https://stateofalaska.webex.com/stateofalaska/j.php?MTID=m3ae5666e939c986f7f743f5c5a270881

To join by phone: 1-650-479-3207 Call-in toll number (US/Canada)

Access code: 808 861 465

 

Presentations for download

Alaska Perinatal Quality Collaborative Kick-Off

Current Landscape of Alaska Maternal Child Health Data

National Partnerships with the AIM Alliance

Alaska Perinatal Quality Collaborative Launch Survey

Perinatal Quality Collaboratives: What they Are, What They Do, And How They Can Improve Neonatal Outcomes

Making an Impact on Maternal Mortality and Severe Morbidity

 

Resources

Alaska Maternal and Child Health Data Book 2018: PRAMS Edition

Pregnancy-Associated Mortality in Alaska

 

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For more information about the Alaska PQC or to find out how to join please contact:

Katy Krings, MPH, RN, CPH

Perinatal/Reproductive Health Nurse Consultant

State of Alaska, DHSS, Division of Public Health

Section of Women’s, Children’s & Family Health

Direct line: 907-269-3418

Email: [email protected]