PERINATAL COMMITTEE

 

The Perinatal Committee is responsible for the development of a Perinatal Care Region (PCR) in TSA-E including the regional Perinatal System Plan.  The Perinatal System Plan identifies all resources available for perinatal care including emergency and disaster preparedness.

 

COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITES

  1. Establish standardized reporting tools for data acquisition.
  2. Develop and review system performance standards.
  3. Review, evaluate and report hospital-based maternal and neonatal data in a de-identified manner.
  4. Create best practices through shared quality improvement data and processes

 

PERINATAL CORE GROUP

 

In accordance with NCTTRAC Bylaws Article IX, there is a voting core group identified within the Perinatal Committee. Hospital representatives of perinatal designated organizations, that provide perinatal services in PCR-E and maintains NCTTRAC Membership in good standing make up the voting core group.

 

Please use the button below to view the current, updated Core Group list:

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Committee Chair

Lisa Mason
214-538-8416
lisa.mason@childrens.com
September 2022 – August 2023

 

 

Committee Chair elect

Dr. David Nelson
214-648-0469
davidb.nelson@utsouthwestern.edu
September 2022 – August 2023

 

 

Committee co-medical directors

 

Maternal

Dr. Roopina Sangha
rsangha@jpshealth.org
 

Neonatal

Dr. Christina Chan
Christina.Chan@UTSouthwestern.edu

 

 

REGIONAL PROJECTS & INITIATIVES

Perinatal Care Regional System Plan

 

Please reference the buttons below for the current updated plan for FY23. The plan can also be viewed through our Learning Management System (LMS).

 

 

Newborn Admission Temperature Survey

 

The NCTTRAC Perinatal Committee created the newborn admission temperature initiative to increase the proportion of newborn infants with admission temperatures within normal limits through the implementation of best practices. This initiative has now been adopted statewide through the Texas Collaborative for Healthy Mothers and Babies (TCHMB). Follow the links below for further information of current participation.

 

 

Maternal Severe Hypertension Survey

 

The NCTTRAC Perinatal Committee developed this maternal goal to identify current practices in treatment times for Severe Hypertension in Maternal patients, as well as a brief inquiry in follow-up care. To assist in TexasAIM and TCHMB in their Preeclampsia Project Bundle measures, this initiative has now been adopted to be collected and reviewed on both a regional and state level. Follow the links below for further information and survey access:

 

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