Minnesota Perinatal Quality Collaborative

The Minnesota Perinatal Quality Collaborative (MNPQC) is a network of organizations, medical providers, content experts, and community voices led by Minnesota Perinatal Organization (MPO) in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). We seek to improve perinatal and infant health outcomes with an emphasis on improving health equity for all birthing people.

Hypertension in Pregnancy

MOSTaRE

Preterm Birth Prevention

63,474

Live Births to Minnesota Residents (2020)

8.8

Deaths per 100,000 live births
Minnesota Maternal Mortality
(2017-2018)

4.2

per 1,000 live births
Minnesota Infant Mortality Rate
(2020)
Closeup of two women's pregnant bellies. The two women have different skin tones, one is a darker brown and the other a lighter brown.

Who we are.

The MNPQC aims to provide the best, safest care for women and infants statewide with advanced, sustained, data-driven practices that result in improved quality care and reduced health disparities.

Upcoming Events.

Wayside Women’s Services ECHO

in partnership with Project ECHO

The Wayside Women Services (WWS) Project ECHO focuses on sharing practice and support service information which will enable participating organizations to empower women and families to break the cycle of addiction and trauma.

Annual MNPQC Conference

The Minnesota Perinatal Quality Collaborative (MNPQC)

Due to the increasing list of partners having fall conferences this year, we have decided to postpone the MNPQC annual conference until the beginning of 2023. More details to come.

Stay Tuned!

Perinatal Substance Use ECHO Series

Presented by Hennepin Healthcare

Online presentations and case studies
2nd and 4th Tuesdays each month, 2022-23, 12:15-1:15pM

1st session April 12, 2022
Co-directed by Drs. Cresta Jones and Dr. Katie Thorsness

Learn more about ECHO or Register by email to Brian.Grahan@hcmed.org

News.

SAVE THE DATE: Mother/Infant Opioid Substance use Treatment and Recovery Effort (MOSTaRE) Quality Improvement Initiative Learning Session

Resources.

Obstetrician & Gynecologists
COVID-19 information for you, your patients, and your practice
Smoking and Pregnancy
Myths vs. Facts
Mandatory Reporting
legislative update
Children & Youth with Special Needs
Neonatal/Parenting Information

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