Hospital Guidelines and Resources

Last Updated 6/10/20

Please note that as this is a rapidly evolving public health pandemic, we encourage you to take into consideration the most recently available local health department and CDC guidance when developing your internal protocols.  Links are dated and organized with the latest news first to support your information gathering. To avoid information overload, this list will only include a select number of resources.

Select Regional Protocols and Resources shared during Virtual Town Hall Series

Telemedicine ​and Co-Production (shared during Virtual Town Hall 3 on 4/21/20)

  • Academy for Communication in Healthcare 

http://www.achonline.org/COVID-19/Quick-Tips

https://www.achonline.org/COVID-19/Telemedicine

  • Institute for Patient & Family Centered Care  Pandemic Toolkit  

https://ipfcc.org/resources/Pandemic_Planning_and_PFCC.pdf​

  • DHMC Breastmilk for My Baby Tool

       https://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/patient-education/breastfeeding-and-breast-milk.html

Guidelines for Perinatal Care 

American Academy of Pediatrics

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

COVID-19 in Pregnancy: Summary of Clinical Guidelines and Relevant Research Studies

  • This website is designed to provide perinatal clinicians and scientists with a succinct and up-to-date collation of relevant peer-reviewed literature and clinical guidance regarding COVID-19 and pregnancy. Visit HERE to read more.

Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine

World Health Organization 

 

Additional Resources

General Information

Data Registries

Perinatal and Relevant Publications

Sources for Peer-Reviewed Studies and Reports

**Several of these COVID-19 in maternal and infant health Resources were collated by the California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative and California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative to help hospitals and healthcare workers respond to the situation as it unfolds.

 

Visit their website HERE.

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Through open sharing of data and promotion of best practices, we aim to achieve measurable improvements in perinatal health outcomes while eliminating health disparities and improving health equity among Massachusetts mothers, newborns, and their families.

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