The California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative (CPQCC) is a statewide network of California’s neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) and High Risk Infant Follow-up (HRIF) clinics housed at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Our mission is to improve the quality and equity of health care delivery for California’s most vulnerable infants and their families, from birth and NICU stay to early childhood.
As a member-driven organization, we strive to ensure that our work is guided by and responsive to the needs of health workers on the frontline of care, as well as to the needs of their patients. As such, our work is directed by volunteer committees of neonatologists, nurses, developmental care specialists, data abstractors, and quality improvement (QI) experts from across the state who share our commitment to high quality neonatal care. Together, we are proud to be making substantial improvements to the health and wellbeing of California’s infants.