We work to create a culture of excellence, safety and equity in perinatal care in Oklahoma.
A communication and teamwork intervention that aims to improve shared decision-making, safety, and dignity in childbirth.
Ensuring emergency care clinical teams are ready for and can respond appropriately to obstetric and postpartum clinical situations in Oklahoma emergency departments (ED).
Oklahoma mothers and newborns affected by opioids
OPQIC will be facilitating a campaign to promote awareness of use of low dose aspirin in certain women to prevent preeclampsia and related morbidity and mortality
Programs meant to reduce rates of maternal morbidity (short or long term health problems from pregnancy and birth) and maternal mortality (death from pregnancy, birth, or lasting effects)
Programs focussed on minimizing mortality in infants by identifying and educating on common causes of death in infants
A quality improvement program, aiming to improve the processes for timely collection and submission of newborn screening (NBS) specimens
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Hospitals creating a culture of excellence in perinatal care all across Oklahoma
Previous programs and their findings
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