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The Betsy Lehman Center is working to advance maternal health and safety with the Perinatal-Neonatal Quality Improvement Network of Massachusetts (PNQIN), a voluntary collaboration of hospitals, health care providers, public health officials, community organizations and families. PNQIN aims to improve maternal health outcomes while prioritizing health equity. It is founded on the need to provide the safest and highest quality health care for mothers and babies in Massachusetts, and focuses on sharing information and best practices.

The Betsy Lehman Center serves as the data custodian for PNQIN, collecting and analyzing key metrics on maternal health for two initiatives described below: AIM and LOCATe.

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Pregnancy and COVID-19

View our series of virtual town halls for maternal health care professionals confronting the challenges of COVID-19.

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Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health

AIM works to align national, state and hospital quality improvement efforts. We are working with AIM to measure severe maternal morbidity rates in Massachusetts.

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Levels of Care Assessment Tool

This tool is being implemented across the state to ensure women and infants receive care at a facility that aligns with their risk.

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