Improving Perinatal Safety

Improving Perinatal SafetyEarly elective deliveries have been proven to increase the risk of adverse health outcomes post delivery for both mother and child. As a result, many hospitals and health systems are trying to eliminate elective deliveries before 39 weeks. This guide provides a framework for the quality improvement project, metrics to measure progress and leading case examples.

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