OB Hemorrhage Collaborative #2:2011
OB Hemorrhage Collaborative
Obstetric Hemorrhage #2 will be starting in January 2011 and continue through December 2011.
The OB Hemorrhage Collaborative aims to improve readiness, recognition, response, and reporting of obstetric (OB) hemorrhage by establishing policies and procedures that implement organized, practiced protocols and
The primary aim of this collaborative is to improve California hospital capabilities and resources for responding to obstetric hemorrhage by increasing the use of protocols and drills and by improving availability of and training in standard and state-of-the-art medical, surgical and blood replacement options. Obstetric (OB) hemorrhage is a leading cause of pregnancy-related morbidity and mortality but has major opportunities for improved outcomes. CMQCC’s Hemorrhage Task Force (HTF) developed Obstetric Hemorrhage Tools and a Compendium of Best Practices to educate and train obstetric teams to improve processes of care and outcomes surrounding maternal hemorrhage. The collaborative will provide the means for making and measuring improvements in obstetrics hemorrhage care in California hospitals.
If you are a participant in the #2:2011 Collaborative, click here to access collaborative documents, links and meeting information.
For questions about the collaborative, please contact us at email@example.com.
Collaborative Related Information
Click here to download a copy of the registration form for Obstetric Hemorrhage #2.
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