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UNC Center for Maternal and Infant Health Presentation to the Dean of the School of Medicine August 2, 2007. Sarah Verbiest, MSW, MPH, DrPH(C), Executive Director John Cotton, MD, Co-Director, Pediatrics Kathryn Menard MD, MPH, Co-Director, Obstetrics. What We Do. Clinical Service.

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UNC Center for Maternal and Infant HealthPresentation to the Dean of the School of MedicineAugust 2, 2007

Sarah Verbiest, MSW, MPH, DrPH(C), Executive Director

John Cotton, MD, Co-Director, Pediatrics

Kathryn Menard MD, MPH, Co-Director, Obstetrics

what we do
What We Do

Clinical

Service

Statewide

Programs

& Policies

Health

Services

Research

perinatal care coordination
Perinatal Care Coordination
  • Fetal anomalies & complex infants
  • Perinatal multidisciplinary care conference
  • Treatment plan, coordination with specialists, local providers, and community resources
  • Education, counseling, support

Center has over 7 years experience providing complex prenatal & pediatric care management. The Center has served over 4,000 mothers, babies and families.

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Special Services

  • Maternal Transport
    • Includes resident education and community provider communication
  • Special Infant Care Clinic
    • Fosters coordination among over a dozen subspecialties and community pediatricians
  • Perinatal Hospice
  • Patient Education Services Committee
  • Postpartum Care Clinic
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Infant Patients Served By County

2006-07

  • 89 complex infants (followed for a year, up 33%)
  • 352 high-risk infants/toddlers
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Prenatal & Transport Patients Served By County

2006-07

  • 288 prenatal patients with fetal anomalies
  • 317 maternal transports
  • 300 community providers (includes pediatricians)
clinical service and research health informatics
Clinical Service and Research:Health Informatics
  • Manage perinatal database
    • Monthly QI reports to hospital
    • NICU Annual Report
    • OB Monthly Report
    • 64 data requests for research
  • Other database management
    • Pericare, Genetics
    • Newborn Screening
  • Webmaster for www.mombaby.org
    • 17P order forms and DVD
    • Hospital Locator
    • Algorithms
    • National Preconception Curriculum
    • NICU Family Board
health outcomes research postpartum prevention plus program
Health Outcomes Research:Postpartum Prevention Plus Program
  • Reduce the risk of recurring poor birth outcomes by improving the health of high-risk mothers.
  • Mothers of NCCC infants and mothers who had a fetal or infant demise
  • Funded by the March of Dimes and the Dean’s Investments for the Future Fund
research dissemination reducing recurring preterm birth
Research Dissemination:Reducing Recurring Preterm Birth
  • Advisory Committee
  • Coordinated distribution to 240 women at 30 clinics by 78 providers across NC in 5 months
  • Secured Medicaid Reimbursement
  • Education to providers statewide
  • Patient & Provider Materials
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Research Dissemination: 17P Impact

Key

= Physicians who prescribed 17P

= Women who have received 17P

= Videoconference Sites

February-June 2007

presentations publications
Presentations & Publications
  • National Perinatal Social Work Conference
    • UNC Perinatal Hospice: A Pathway to Integrated Care (Welborn, Rentrope, Crenshaw)
  • National Summit on Preconception Health
    • The Postpartum Plus Prevention Program: Interconception Care for Mothers of Preemies: A Preliminary Report (poster – Shores, Verbiest, Menard, Brown)
    • Taking Action in North Carolina: the Development of a Statewide Preconception Health Plan (Brown, Mullenix, Verbiest, Long-Valentine)
    • The Postpartum Visit: A Missed Opportunity for Preconception Care (Verbiest)
    • The Policy & Finance of Preconception Care: Commercial and Public Payers Reimbursement Patterns at UNC (Menard, Felton, Boggess, Verbiest)
  • American Public Health Association and NC/SC Perinatal Association
    • Reducing the Risk of Recurring Preterm Birth: The North Carolina 17P Project (Verbiest, Menard, Holliday)
  • Baby Love Conference: Helping Families Copes with Birth Defects – from Prenatal Diagnosis to the First Birthday (Welborn)
  • NACCHO National Webcast: Preconception Health and Healthcare – Highlights from North Carolina (Verbiest)
  • September 2007 NC Medical JournalCommunity Health Educators’ Roles in Improving Patient Education (Auger,Verbiest)
  • Looking Back, Moving Forward: North Carolina’s Path to Healthier Women and Babies (Verbiest)
programs and policy preconception health promotion
Programs and Policy:Preconception Health Promotion
  • National CDC Committee
  • NC Action Plan
  • Planning Major Request to Launch a Statewide Campaign
    • SCHIP expansion to high risk moms for one year postpartum
    • GDM PP Management
nc health policy leadership
NC Health Policy Leadership
  • NC Institute of Medicine – Steering Committee for the Health Literacy Task Force
  • NC Perinatal Association – Board Member
    • Statewide Communications/Website
  • Child Fatality Task Force – Leadership Team
    • Perinatal Health Committee
    • SIDS/Safe Sleep Subcommittee
    • Breastfeeding Policy Workgroup
programs and policy leaders in quality
Programs and Policy:Leaders in Quality
  • Coordinated North Carolina MFM Network Meeting – May 2007
    • Develop a clinical, public health, research and policy agenda, strengthen ties among MFM specialists in NC, and foster a greater spirit of collaboration and advocacy
    • MFM Network Communication
  • Partnership with the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative
  • Participated in Perinatal Quality Collaborative Planning Efforts