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1 Barbara Murphy, RN, MSN Director, CPQCC Director, Perinatal Programs Division of Neonatal and Developmental Medicine Stanford University

2 A group of CA leaders in healthcare, Committed to improving care and outcomes for the State s pregnant mothers and newborns. 128 California Hospitals, representing 90-95% of all neonates cared for in CA NICUs

3 To Optimize the Health and Outcomes of California's pregnant women and their infants, By developing a Collaborative Network of Public and Private, Obstetric and Neonatal Providers, Insurers, Public Health Professionals and Business Groups To support Self Assessment, Bench Marking, and Performance Improvement Activities for Perinatal Care.

4 EXECUTIVE ARM Steering Committee Executive Committee CMQCC Policy Development Membership Relations Website Development/Marketing Sub-committees (eg, Public Release) DATA ARM QUALITY IMPROVEMENT ARM RESEARCH ARM Data Center PQIP Research and Publication Data Management/Surveillance Routine Reporting Special Reporting (eg, CCS) Sub-committees (eg, DCAG) TWIP Identification Toolkit Development CQI Education (eg, Workshops) QI Collaborative Projects Research Projects (eg, C/S, PNS) Publication Sub-committees

5 VON Minimal Small Baby < 1500 Gram 7,000/year CPQCC High Acuity Big Baby Database 11,000/year All-California Neonatal Transport Database 7,000 Acute Transports /year All-California, Rapid-Cycle, Maternal/Infant Database (CPQCC, Census, Birth Certificate, Hospital Discharge data linkage) All California Perinatal Dataset: 550,000 records/350 hospitals/yr. CPQCC High-Risk Infant Dataset: 19,000/129 NICUs/Year High Risk Infant Follow-up Database California Children s Services, 0-3 Years, Q.I. Project 70,000 transactions/3 year block: In Development for 2008 release

6 CPQCC Infant Data California Birth Certificate/Death Certificate Census Data for Maternal Residence Infant Hospital Administrative; Charges, LOS, ICD-9 Maternal Hospital; Charges, LOS, ICD-9

7 Hospital based outcomes and risks from birth certificate and census data to Perinatologists to guide hospital-based initiatives. Hospital-based outcomes from CPQCC data to the community to guide community-based initiatives. A linkage to guide coordination between communitybased and hospital-based improvement activities.

8 DATA Collect High-Quality, Reliable Data INFORMATION Develop Risk-Adjusted, Confidential Reports That Inform and Organize Work ACTION Support Perinatal Providers in Their Work Of Improving Perinatal Care and Outcomes

9 Review Data to Identify Topics-With-Improvement-Potential (TWIPs) Assess Validity of Improvement Strategies; assess IHI Bundles Develop Quality Improvement Toolkits - Available on Web Site Statewide Educational Lectures/Workshops/Webcasts Integrated with California Association of Neonatologists (CAN) annual meeting Small Group Quality Improvement Collaborative ~ NICUs IHI Breakthrough Series model

10 Antenatal Steroids - released 10/00; revised 7/01; pending 3/09 Postnatal Steroids - released 2/03; revised 8/03; pending 8/09 Nosocomial Infections - released 5/02; revised 8/03; replaced by Neonatal Hospital Acquired Infection Prevention - released 3/07 ; revised 2/08 Improving Initial Lung Function - released 5/01; revised 7/01; pending 5/09 VLBW Nutritional Support Parts 1&2 - Part I released 2/04 ; revised 11/08; Part II released 3/05; revised 11/08 Perinatal Group B Streptococcus Prevention - released 9/04; revised 9/08 Severe Hyperbilirubinemia Prevention - released 10/05; pending 11/09 Perinatal HIV Prevention - released 3/06; currently under revision; revised 9/08 Delivery Room Management, VLBW Baby - released 10/06; pending 2/10 Care and Management of the Late Preterm Infant - released 4/07; pending 5/10

11 JCAHO Core Measure NQF Measure CHART Measure* Leapfrog Measure

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13 CPQCC sites, workshop based, reduced Nosocomial Infection from 22.7 to 18.7 % CCS-CCHA-CPQCC sites, IHI based; reduced CA-BSI rates by 28% saving ~ $2.8 million. Many exceeded 100 days between infections CCS-CCHA-CPQCC added 9 NICUs. CA-BSI Collaborative now includes All 22 Regional NICUs CPQCC-CCS sites, IHI based; CCS Community NICUs; to decrease Hospital-Acquired Toward Population Based Q.I. 41 NICUs were formally collaborating to reduce Nosocomial Infection in 2008

14 Nosocomial Infection

15 CPQCC WEBSITE

16 Jeffrey B. Gould MD, MPH Robert L. Hess Professor of Pediatrics Director, Perinatal Epidemiology and Outcomes Unit Department of Pediatrics Stanford University School of Medicine Barbara Murphy, RN, MSN Executive Director, CPQCC Director of Perinatal Programs Division of Neonatal and Developmental Medicine Stanford University School of Medicine

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