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PQCNC is proud to announce that registration is now open for the statewide Newborn Hypoglycemia Prevention and Care (NHPC) initiative.
The NHPC Expert Team will create a concise action plan which will guide hospital NHPC teams in this work as well as measures which will guide teams and the collaborative in this work.
The NHPC collaborative will be facilitated by the PQCNC core team working with your hospital teams and, as with all PQCNC initiatives, will include informative webinars and quarterly face to face learning sessions as well as weekly email updates to keep all apprised of new reports on the topic, opportunities to excel developed by teams, and critical developments in the collaborative.
The PQCNC NHPC initiative offers your facility a unique, structured opportunity to address the challenges of hypoglycemia. This project will be approved for Maintenance of Certification for your physician providers. Our face to face learning sessions will offer CEU and CME credit.
This all is at NO cost to your hospital.
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Pre-work/Work Action Plan
Required pre-work/work for participation in NHPC - download the guide here
Joining the Initiative
Please submit a PQIT Roster for your team
Roster Changes: Please make sure to submit any changes in your team roster. We would like to be able to provide all team members with the latest information about the initiative and we can only do that with your help.
Initiative Charter/Action Plans/Work Plans
Initiative Data: The official start date for Initiative Data Collection is January 01 2019.
Attention Data Collectors:
Instructions on how to obtain access to Delphi to submit data.
A multitude of webinars will be available on-demand to assist you in your work
Your team will need to schedule at least monthly meetings to review data, make plans for PDSA cycles, and plan for next steps.
Please set up times to meet with your Executive Champions to update them on your progress and to ask for their help to meet your goals. PQCNC would suggest you meet with them every other month but no less than every quarter.