PI CHI - Late Preterm Infants

PI CHI - Late Preterm Infants

PI CHI is a public-private partnership that works collaboratively to support clinicians in their efforts to improve children’s health care by providing the tested tools and techniques of quality improvement. The Partnership to Improve Child Health in Iowa (PI CHI) is focusing on improving care for late preterm infants.

The Partnership to Improve Child Health in Iowa (PI CHI) will strengthen the system of care so that all Iowa’s children and adolescents will receive the highest quality of health care possible. This will enable improved outcomes to help children and adolescents: develop and realize their potential; satisfy their needs; and help them to work successfully together with the professionals who interact with their families.

PI CHI is a public-private partnership that works collaboratively to support clinicians in their efforts to improve children’s health care by providing the tested tools and techniques of quality improvement.

Read more about PI CHI's vision
Read the PI CHI report Improving the System of Care for Iowa’s Late Preterm Infants

Debra B. Waldron, MD, MPH, FAAP
Vice President, Iowa Chapter American Academy of Pediatrics
debra-waldron@uiowa.edu
319-467-5009

Vicki Hunting
Project Director, Improvement Advisor
Child Health Specialty Clinics
Partnership to Improve Child Health in Iowa (PI CHI), Premature Infant Project
Early Hearing Detection & Intervention (EHDI)
vicki-hunting@uiowa.edu
515-331-0750

Feel free to contact Vicki Hunting for questions or additional information.
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