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Here's the recent news from PQCNC.

It’s the meeting you have been waiting for - an action packed day no one involved with PQCNC will want to miss. Mark your calendars for September 29th at the McKimmon Center.Register here Read more...
Congratulations to Duke Regional, Atrium Health University City, WakeMed Raleigh, and Angel Medical Center to being recognized as among the most socially responsible hospitals in the US. Read more...
It's time for PQCNC to consider initiatives for launch in January of 2024.Yes, we are busily engaged in developing clOUDi 3.0 for January 2023 launch but initiative identification, and development, as you know, takes time and careful consideration from you the PQCNC members. Read more...
Calling all MFMs, OB, Neo and Pediatric and FP providers!Ever wonder what are the outcomes for all these tiny babies we are caring for across North Carolina and the nation? You can find out the latest and greatest today! Join us for a discussion of the latest reports on the care of extremely preterm infants! Read more...
It is our privilege to formally announce here, though we introduced her at our clOUDi 2.0 Kickoff Meeting, Dr. Elizabeth Balskus! Elizabeth joins PQCNC as a Clinical Initiative Manager to support clinics and hospitals across the state engaged in PQCNC initiatives. Read more...
Based on the demonstration of outstanding Quality Improvement Methodology PQCNC is proud to announce Novant Health as the recipient of the 2021 PQCNC Quality Award for their project Reduction of Primary Cesarean (RPC). Read more...
After all the voting through the fall and our December Leadership Team Meeting, PQCNC is proud to announce that our 2023 Initiative has been identified and will be clOUDi 3.0, with added focuses on maternal mental health in mothers with opioid use disorder (OUD) and a focus on safe sleep practices for infants at risk for neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome (NOWS).  Read more...
PQCNC is proud to announce new PQCNC core team leadership for maternal projects. Over the years we have realized the commitment this position requires, as well as the opportunities that are provided to improve care when there is a powerful physician and nurse team leading the charge to change culture. As we continually seek to refine our collaborative model, we are pleased to welcome Melinda Ramage and Jim deVente to the PQCNC Core Team as our new co-leaders for Maternal Initiatives.   Read more...

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