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1. Community Transformation Grant: New York City Breastfeeding Hospital Collaborative Informational Webinar
April 30, 2012
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At the end of the PowerPoint, we will answer as many questions as time allows
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3. Agenda Community Transformation Grant Project Overview
Institute for Health Care (IHI) Breakthrough Series Collaborative model
New York City Breastfeeding Learning Collaborative (NYC BHC)
4. Project Overview Community Transformation Grant (CTG)
Federal grant through the CDC
Awarded to New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Managed by The Fund for Public Health in New York
Subcontractors: Joslyn Levy Associates (JLA)
October 1, 2011 – September 30, 2016
Reapply for funding each year
Supports community-level efforts to reduce chronic diseases by promoting healthy lifestyles, especially among population groups experiencing the greatest burden of disease.
5. Learning Collaborative Model
Institute for Health Care (IHI) Breakthrough Series Collaborative model.
A learning system that brings together a large number of health care teams seeking to improve practice and outcomes in a focused topic area.
Collaboratives facilitate peer learning and provide access to topic experts with a goal of closing the gap between current and optimal performance.
6. IHI Model 6
7. Goals The goal of the NYC Breastfeeding Hospital Collaborative is to help support hospitals in their journey toward Baby-Friendly designation.
This includes tailoring the Learning Collaborative model to assist hospitals who are already on the 4-D pathway (Discovery, Development, Dissemination and Designation) in addition to supporting those hospitals which are just starting the journey 7
9. Baby-Friendly 4-D Pathway 9
10. Approach Conduct a rolling cohort Collaborative based on the NYS DOH model
Three cohorts of 8 - 12 hospitals each
Each cohort will run approximately two years
Each cohort will include:
3 joint in-person Learning Sessions
1.5 day meeting at DOHMH offices in Long Island City, Queens
Monthly conference calls
Customized coaching support
Access to a repository of tools and resources including training opportunities (CLC , TTT and online tokens) and $ for Baby-Friendly pathway fees
The first cohort will be selected in June 2012 and will have their first Learning Session in September 2012
Hospitals selected to participate in cohorts 2 and 3 will roll into the larger Collaborative
11. Eligibility Only hospitals in New York City with maternity services (births occurring in the hospital) can apply.
In accordance with CDC guidelines, preference will be given to hospitals serving minority and underserved populations and those hospitals seeking Baby-Friendly designation. 11
12. Benefits of Participation Participants will obtain the following by joining the collaborative:
Support in completing self-assessments and refining a plan to address each of the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding
Training in quality improvement techniques
Technical content and education about and related to BFHI
Customized coaching to support progress towards a BF designation
Being part of a diverse learning community where hospitals can share challenges, success and best practices with peers
Access to an Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Extranet, a secure web-based application that allows users to collaborate on projects and share information including uploading data and generating reports
Access to limited funding, available on a competitive basis, to cover the Baby-Friendly 4-D Pathway fees
Access to lactation education training opportunities including CLC, TTT and online tokens
13. Participation Requirements Participants will agree to:
Select a team to participate in the full collaborative
This includes a leadership designee from maternal-child care (Service Director or equivalent) and representatives from all aspects of mother-child care including a lactation consultant
Attend all learning events including learning sessions, conference calls and other BFHI meetings and events
Share challenges, success and best practices with peer hospitals participating in collaborative
Submit data monthly on key measures and track performance results
14. Timeline of First Cohort 14
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