Posts Tagged ‘Hemorrhage’

FPQC Engages Hospitals to Address Maternal Quality Improvement

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The Terry Conference Center at Jacksonville’s St. Vincent’s Medical Center was the site of two regional maternal health trainings on June 20 sponsored by the Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative (FPQC). In the morning, Dr. Karen Harris, Chair of ACOG District XII, and Betsy Wood, nurse consultant for the Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative, presented clinical updates on hypertension in […]

Urgent Maternal Mortality Message from FL PAMR

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2016 UPDATE: Urgent Maternal Mortality Message to Providers   Florida’s Pregnancy Associated Mortality Review committee has just released the first in a series of Urgent Maternal Mortality Messages. Message #1: Hemorrhage and Placenta Accreta provides information for both providers and patients related to obstetric hemorrhage. Background: Hemorrhage is the leading cause of Pregnancy-Related maternal death […]

Obstetric Hemorrhage Management Online Course Available

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An online course  “Quality Improvement in Obstetric Hemorrhage Management” is now available. The course is taught by taught by Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative Clinical Adviser Judette Louis, MD, MPH. It features a recording created at a live event in 2014 hosted by Baptist Health South Florida and the FPQC. The course covers how to implement the Florida […]

Obstetric Hemorrhage Initiative Hospitals Re-Energized at Mid-Project Meeting

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Obstetric Hemorrhage Initiative (OHI) hospitals from around the state met on October 27, 2014 to re-convene after one year since the initiative kick-off. Hospital teams gained a better understanding of quality improvement through presentations on Plan, Do, Study, Act cycles for implementing quality care changes and TeamSTEPPS strategies to improve teamwork and communication. A team […]