Implementation of proven guidelines and standards from nationally recognized organizations using a structured quality improvement framework.
Facilitation of continuous learning, sharing, and improvement for perinatal health professionals, health systems, policy development, and accountability in Colorado.
Access to statewide data supported by real-time, ongoing analysis, collection, and dissemination.
Involvement from individuals and organizations that are reputable experts in clinical specialties, public health, quality improvement, and change management, as well as those who share their lived experience of the perinatal journey.
CPCQC is leading change in the clinical setting, within our community, and through policy and advocacy efforts. We are working toward a future where all of Colorado’s pregnant and postpartum people have equitable access to care, safer birth experiences, and the support of their community and peers.
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News & Resources
In 2024, the Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative (CPCQC) innovatively revamped its SOAR Primary Cesarean Reduction program into a one-year, intensive learning collaborative.
At long last, January 2024 and the full implementation of Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) Program marks a new day for maternal and infant health in Colorado!
Flyer for CPCQC’s stigma and bias training for providers who care for patients with perinatal substance use disorders