Article describing the creation of the PNQIN Equity Bundle Measures.

Keynote speaker Shirley Hamill, MSN, RN, IBCLC, LCCE,  discusses A Quality Improvement Approach to Managing OB Hemorrhage at Baystate.

Keynote speaker Ronald Iverson, MD, MPH discusses A Quality Improvement Approach to Managing Hypertension in Pregnancy at Boston Medical Center, including lessons from BMC staff in implementation of prior bundles. 

Keynote speaker Brace Gibson, JD, discusses addressing healthcare disparities through patient-family engagement in the Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative, including the Family Integration to ReStore Trust (F.I.R.S.T.) program and focus areas for meaningful engagement with families. The webinar slides also includes QI implementation strategies and tactics through Bingham’s ABCDEs.

Keynote speaker Yarden S. Fraiman, MD, MPH discusses the journey towards health equity in the Neonatology department at BIDMC, including lessons learned and practical examples for equity teaming, bias education, and demographic data collection and stratification that can be applied to L&D units as well. The webinar slides also includes QI implementation strategies and tactics.

This webinar compares baseline structure measure data from September 2022 to March 2023 data. Keynote speaker Rose L. Molina, MD, MPH discusses the approach to creating an equity team at BIDMC including a needs assessment and how to think about engaging people with lived experience in the work through a patient advisory team and feedback forms. The webinar also includes a QI teaching on run charts.

This webinar compares baseline structure measure data from September 2022 to January 2023 data. Keynote speakers Jacqueline Kellachan, MPH and Kristen Lawless, MS discusses the New York State PQC approach to implementing birth equity projects. They explain how hospital teams have used PREM data collected to design and track quality improvement projects. 

This webinar describes the September 2022-January 2023 data from bundle component implementation, focusing on structure measures. Keynote speaker, Patricia Lee King, PhD, discusses the Illinois PQC approach to implementing a PREMs as an assessment of respectful care delivery in Illinois birthing centers. She provides examples to increase PREMs completion and staff buy-in.

This webinar includes a needs assessment for participating hospitals in bundle implementation. Keynote speaker, Lauren A. Arrington, DNP, CNM, FACNM, discusses the importance of disaggregating data by race, ethnicity and language (REaL). She provides examples of using REaL data to look at patient experience survey results and  lessons learned from obtaining and sharing that data.