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Preconception Maternal Diet Linked to Birth Outcomes
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What a woman eats before she becomes pregnant affects her child’s health for life
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Early Deliveries Fine for FedEx and UPS – Not So Much for Babies!
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Featured Partner Announcement
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Illinois Hospital Association's Annual Quality Leadership Conference
Save the date for April 29-30, 2015 for IHA's Annual Quality Leadership Conference to be held at Northern Illinois University in Naperville, IL. Keynotes include: Michael F. Roizen, MD, Chief Wellness Officer and Chairman, Wellness Institute, Cleveland Clinic.
Engage perinatal stakeholders across disciplines and at every level to improve the quality of perinatal care and health outcomes for Illinois women and infants using improvement science and evidence-based practice guidelines.
A statewide perinatal quality collaborative that involves all perinatal stakeholders; utilizes data-driven, evidence-based practices; improves perinatal quality resulting in improved birth outcomes, improved health for women and infants, and decreased costs; builds on Illinois’ existing state-mandated Regionalized Perinatal System, and operates with long-term sustainable funding.