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The Kentucky Perinatal Quality Collaborative (KyPQC) is a statewide network of birthing hospitals and stakeholder teams collaborating on improving the quality of care during pregnancy, delivery, and throughout the first year of life.

The launch of the KyPQC on October 22, 2019, at Churchill Downs brought together healthcare professionals, delivery hospitals, insurers, advocacy groups, national organizations, and other stakeholders to decrease maternal mortality and neonatal abstinence syndrome rates and improve maternal and infant health outcomes in the Commonwealth.

KyPQC aims to make Kentucky a great place for every woman to have a baby and a great place for every baby to be born.