What We Do
NPQIC seeks to improve the delivery of and access to evidence-based and equitable health care for all Nebraska mothers and newborns.
Together, we are working to develop, implement, and evaluate quality improvement initiatives to improve maternal and infant outcomes across Nebraska.
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Save the date for the 2023 Annual Summit. Friday, September 29th, at the Thompson Alumni House in Omaha, NE.
Since its inception in 2015, NPQIC has led multiple statewide efforts to implement evidence-based clinical practices and quality improvement initiatives to reduce maternal and infant morbidity and mortality as well as eliminate inequities in perinatal healthcare. NPQIC has successfully enrolled all 48 delivery hospitals in the State of Nebraska as member hospitals.
Birthing Hospitals Served
Hot Off the Press
On May 4th, 2023, the Policy Center for Maternal Mental Health, in collaboration with George Washington University, released the first-ever grading of state efforts in addressing maternal mental health. These State Report Cards provide the first-ever comprehensive view into the state of maternal mental health in America. The U.S. is failing – with 42 receiving Ds and Fs. Nebraska received an F.
Trial: Functional Scoring a Better Guide to Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Tx— NIH trial affirms benefit of increasingly popular approach to get babies home sooner.