2021 KyPQC Virtual Annual Meeting Recordings
Day One: Oct. 20th 2021 AIM Kickoff & Morning Plenary

Welcome, Introductions, Overview Lt. Governor Jacqueline Coleman

Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM): A National Quality Improvement Commitment Chelsea Lennox, MPH, Program Manager, AIM

The Massachusetts Birth Equity Journey Audra R. Meadows, MD, MPH, FACOG, Perinatal Neonatal Quality Improvement Network of MA (PNQIN)

Supporting Better Outcomes for SUD in Kentucky through QI and AIM in the Perinatal Setting Monica Clouse, MPH, CPH, Program Manager, KyPQC and Mary Beth Allen, PhD, MBA, Healthy Policy Specialist, KyPQC

Supporting Better Outcomes for SUD in Kentucky through QI and AIM in the Perinatal Setting Monica Clouse, MPH, CPH, Program Manager, KyPQC and Mary Beth Allen, PhD, MBA, Healthy Policy Specialist, KyPQC

AIM/ACOG Closing Remarks Lisa M. Hollier, MD, Past President of ACOG, Co-Chair of the Texas Mortality Review Committee, Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist

AIM Q&A Session

The Here and NOWs of Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome: Utilizing science to improve the care of infants with antenatal opioid exposure – Lori Devlin, DO, MHA, MS, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of Louisville School of Medicine

Day One: Oct. 20th 2021 Workshops A

FindHelpNowKY.org Locating Near-Real-Time AvailableSubstance Use Disorder Treatment Options Danita Coulter, Educational Services Assistant Senior, Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center (KIPRC), University of Kentucky and Brandi Murriell, Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) Centers

Pilot Participation in first KyPQC Quality Improvement Initiatives Workgroup Leads: Lyndsey Neese, MD, MMM, FACOG; Cheryl Parker, DNP, CRNA, RNC-OB; Leann Baker, DNP, APRN, NNP-BC

Pilot Hospitals: St. Elizabeth and The Medical Center at Bowling Green

Wrap-up and Closing Remarks

View Day One Oct. 20th 2021 Workshops B

Screening, SBIRT and Substance Use in the OB Setting – so what does this all mean? Marcela Smid, MD, MA, MS, Assistant Professor, Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine, University of Utah Health

Opioid Analgesics Prescribing Practices during the Postpartum Period: A KASPER* Review 2014-2020 (*Kentucky All Schedule Prescription Electronic Reporting) – Connie White, MD, MS, FACOG, Deputy Commissioner, KDPH and Adam Berrones, PhD, Epidemiologist, KASPER

Day One: Oct. 20th 2021 Workshops C Part 1

Understanding and Applying Kentucky NAS Reporting Registry Data Emily Ferrell, MPH, CPH, Epidemiologist, Division of Maternal and Child Health, KDPH

Day One: Oct. 20th 2021 Workshops C Part 2

Introducing the Kentucky Breastfeeding Triple Step: Three Baby-Friendly Steps that Can Improve Your Care of Infants with NAS and Their Families Paula Schreck, MD, IBCLC, FABM, Chief Clinical Strategy, Coffective

Day Two: Oct. 21st 2021 Morning Plenary

Welcome, Introductions, Overview - Steven J. Stack, MD, MBA, FACE, Commissioner, Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH)

Morning Plenary

Maternal Morbidity, Mortality and Racial Disparities: What Can We Do? Dena Goffman, MD, Vice Chair for Quality and Patient Safety, Columbia University Irving Medical Center 

Maternal Health Equity in Vulnerable PopulationsHaywood Brown, MD, FACOG, Professor Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vice Dean Faculty Affairs, Associate Dean, Diversity, Morsani College of Medicine 

Q&A for Morning Plenary

Illinois Perinatal Quality Collaborative: Improving Care for Pregnant Persons with OUD through a Statewide Quality Improvement Initiative Ann Borders, MD, MSc, MPH, Executive Director and Obstetric Lead, Illinois Perinatal Quality Collaborative; Clinical Associate Professor Maternal Fetal Medicine, NorthShore University Health System

Day Two: Oct. 21st 2021 Afternoon Plenary & Workshop A

Afternoon Plenary: Address

UK PATHways: Perinatal Assistance and Treatment Home at the University of Kentucky Polk Dalton Clinic John O’Brien, MD, Medical Director for Labor and Delivery, University of Kentucky, Jason Joy, MS, LMFT, and Linda Berry, RN, PATHways and PATHhome Program, University of Kentucky, and Bethany Wilson, Patient Advocate

Maternal Opiate and Substance Treatment (MOST) Program: Caring for Pregnancies with Opiate Use Disorder  Jonathan Weeks, MD, Executive Medical Director for Maternal and Fetal Medicine, Director of MOST Program, Norton Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Angela Adams, LCSW Clinical Therapist, and  Tessa Franklin, BSN, RN Nurse Navigator Norton MOST Program

Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative (CPCQC) – Maternal and Infant SUD Initiatives in Colorado  Susan Hwang, MD, MPH, PhD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Director, Perinatal Health Services Research, University of Colorado School of Medicine and Lisa Becker, MD, OB/GYN Hospitalist, Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center, Denver CO

Day Two: Oct. 21st 2021 Workshop B

Oklahoma Perinatal Quality Improvement Collaborative (OPQIC) – Oklahoma Mothers and Newborns affected by Opioids Barbara Koop, MS, RNC-ON and Denise Cole, MS, RNC-NIC, Program Managers, OPQIC

Day Two: Oct. 21st 2021 Workshop C

Baby Steps: Improving Post-Partum Care One Step at a Time Judy Theriot, MD Medical Director, Department of Medicaid Services