Wednesday, December 11, 2019


11:30 a.m. CT


1 hour


2019 Performance Improvement Collaborative Series

Maternal death rates in the U.S. are on the rise, with more than 700 women dying every year in childbirth and more than 50,000 women facing near-fatal complications. It is estimated that half of the pregnancy and childbirth-related deaths are preventable.

Given the continued importance of managing obstetric patients with serious illnesses, this webcast will discuss leading practices, protocols and tools to manage obstetric patients who have postpartum hemorrhage, preeclampsia or eclampsia. Wyoming Medical Center will present on how they are reducing variation in care to improve outcomes for this patient population.

Learning objectives

  • Identify strategies to expedite care to reduce post hemorrhage deaths in obstetric patients
  • Describe leading strategies to effectively monitor and care for obstetric patients with preeclampsia and eclampsia

Target audience

  • Clinical, financial and pharmacy professionals


  • Carol Solie, MD, FACOG, CHQPC
    Vice President
    Quality and Patient Safety
    Wyoming Medical Center
  • Jennifer Gallagher, BSN, RNC, EFM-C, MNN-C
    Clinical Educator
    The Birth Place at Wyoming Medical Center
    PI Program Director


  • Laurel Whitmore, MSE
    Associate Vice President
    Performance Improvement Collaboratives