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.
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.
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.