INFORMING CHANGE IN PERINATAL OUTCOMES
The National Perinatal Information Center is driven by data, collaboration and research to strengthen, connect and empower our shared purpose of improving patient care. With improved outcomes, the other metrics of success can fall into alignment, with improvement in one area leading to improvement in others.
RESPONSE TO COVID-19: Amid the growing COVID-19 pandemic, NPIC recognizes the challenges that lie ahead. We remain committed to providing uninterrupted service and an exceptional client experience while also prioritizing the health and safety of our employees and community. We have enacted business continuity plans and processes to ensure our team is consistently available to respond to the needs of our clients and partners and provide the services they depend on. Throughout this time, we will remain vigilant and focused on how we can best support our perinatal colleagues across the nation.
How we translate data to drive improvement and value
For over 30 years, NPIC has worked with hospitals, patient safety organizations, insurers and researchers to collect and interpret the data that drives better outcomes for mothers and newborns. When data is translated into useful information, the opportunity to transform quantitative data into qualitative improvements becomes a reality.
Working with us to accelerate positive change
Improving hospital outcomes
Our comparative Quarterly Report, Perinatal Dashboard and special analyses help member hospitals identify and appropriately focus their quality improvement initiatives and resources.
Working together for quality and safety
NPIC’s expertise and infrastructure can support data
collection and reporting for collaboratives, insurers, and
researchers. As a data partner, NPIC can strengthen the
connection among participants to achieve project goals.
WHO WE WORK WITH
The Perinatal Center Database
A Quality and Utilization Benchmark
The Perinatal Center Database (PCDB) has become one of the largest repositories for hospital-based perinatal data in the country.
Perinatal Discharges Since 1985
Connecting Through Education
Recorded NPIC Events
2020: What’s New in Pregnancy Complicated by Diabetes?
Julie Daley, RN, MS, CDE
Women & Infants Hospital
When a Baby Dies: Supporting Families Through Perinatal Loss
Melissa Petersen, RNC, MS, WHNP-BC