Reducing Fetal and Infant Mortality Through Improved Data Workflow Integration

/Reducing Fetal and Infant Mortality Through Improved Data Workflow Integration
Reducing Fetal and Infant Mortality Through Improved Data Workflow Integration2018-10-22T21:07:37-04:00

 
Co-Project Lead: Mindi Dugard, Implementation Specialist, MHIN, Inc.
Project Lead: Ella Harmeyer, St. Mary’s College of Nursing
Saint Mary’s College will partner with MHIN to continue the work from their previous CHeP project to understand the different types of prenatal care provider data collection workflows and determine how they can be improved through continuity of care and improved data exchange. The goal is to collaborate with providers in designing an implementation that empirically improves discrete data contribution of important perinatal health indicators that aid public health officials and practitioners to improve the quality of care given to at-risk mothers, and reduce premature and low-weight births, as well as fetal and infant death rates in general.

Waldo Mikels-Carrasco & Ella Harmeyer at the Trailblazer Symposium

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