Wisconsin Perinatal Quality Collaborative (WisPQC): Resources
According to the CDC, state perinatal quality collaboratives are networks of perinatal care providers and public health professionals working to improve pregnancy outcomes for women and newborns by advancing evidence-based clinical practices and processes through continuous quality improvement.
The range of state perinatal quality collaborative structures suggests there is no single model applicable to all situations--all perinatal quality collaboratives have developed within the individual contexts of available resources and stakeholder visions. Stakeholders in Wisconsin are committed to developing a perinatal quality collaborative that will overcome the challenges and improve the outcomes of women, infants, and families.
Wisconsin Perinatal Quality Collaborative (WisPQC)
- Issue Assessment Tool: The WisPQC Issue Assessment Tool is designed to formalize the process of selecting WisPQC initiatives. Only Founding Partners may submit proposals for consideration. Founding Partners are encouraged to solicit input from their contacts to develop proposals. Completed Issue Assessment Tools should be emailed to email@example.com.
- The Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) Cycle
State Perinatal Quality Collaboratives (CDC)
Beta Project on Hypertension Webinars
#1 - December 4, 2015
# 2 - December 16, 2015
#3 - January 6, 2016
WisPQC Hypertension Change Package:
Beta project data collection tools for Cohort I
- Maternal length of stay
- Implementing provider education
- Implementing consumer education
- Neonatal admission or transfer to NICU
- List of Tools and Reference Guide
- Project Precis
- PeriData.Net® Information
- Levels of Care summary
- Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality BP toolkit announcement
- Preeclampsia Early Recognition Tool (PERT)
- Severe HTN Checklist
- Suspected preeclampsia flowchart
- Eclampsia algorithm
- ED postpartum checklist
- Labetalol algorithm
- Preeclampsia (patient information sheet from Preeclampsia Foundation)
- Planning for Pregnancy: Women with Hypertension (patient information sheet from WAPC)
AIM eModule 3: Hypertension Maternal Safety Bundle from the Council on Patient Safety in Women's Health Care
Did you know?
Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are responsible for approximately 17% of maternal mortality in the United States.