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An Introduction of the NYS Birth Equity Improvement Project for Hospital Executives - Shared screen with speaker view
Corey Greene
21:15
Cgreene@nichq.org
Deborah Campbell
23:43
Thank you for acknowledging yesterday's many tragedies.
Steve Meth
24:04
Great recognition and connectivity to today's agenda..
Tara Gellasch
24:14
Great way to start, thank you.
Karen Lockworth
24:56
Thank you for acknowledging the events that happened yesterday.
janet stein
51:40
Good Morning. What resources ($) will you provider to assist us--data collection, person-power, etc
Jason Golbin
52:01
Will you distribute these slides so we can share?
Fahim Ahmed
52:37
With the ongoing pandemic, as staff and administration are being pulled in many directions to address patient care needs and operations, is it advisable to add a new project that may not get the time and effort that it deserves?
Corrina Oxford-Horrey
52:54
Will the participating sites have access to collected data or at least the data from their specific site?
Tracey Lander
53:00
Could Dr Fish speak louder
Yasmine Llerena
53:18
Very difficult to hear
Maria Smilios
53:27
Hard to hear Dr. Fish
Elizabeth Igboechi
55:18
Will the home visit after giving birth include blood pressure check?
Meaghan Carroll
55:28
We will be sharing a copy of the slides, along with a recording of today's webinar with everyone who registered for today's event.
janet stein
56:12
What allowances are being made during covid for things like centering and home visits?
Meaghan Carroll
56:14
We also have a dedicated email address for this project: NYSBEIP@health.ny.gov where you can also direct questions specific to your facility or questions that arise after today's webinar.
Leo Fradkin
56:26
It is very difficult to hear Dr. Fish. can he speak louder?
Meaghan Carroll
59:37
Thank you for sharing your questions. We will be compiling the questions from today's webinar to prepare an FAQ document to address your comments.
Daniel Grace
01:00:09
Before committing to this project will you provide the data collection expectations? i.e.what data points, and frequency of reporting
Marty Ellington
01:01:19
Will slides be distributed
Meaghan Carroll
01:01:57
A copy of the slides, along with the recording of today's webinar will be shared with everyone who registered for today's webinar.
Jane Ciaramella
01:02:58
The data entry expectations are important to think through for participating hospitals. We are already entering monthly and quarterly data for the hemorrhage project and it takes time monthly.
Maryalice Cullen
01:03:40
How can we incorporate community agencies into this project? An example would be a community midwife or doula group.
Peter Bernstein
01:04:36
The survey you have requested us to complete is a tough one. There are a lot of nuances to some of the questions making them hard to answer with the choices provided.
janet stein
01:04:59
Anything addressing other immigrant populations?
Maria Smilios
01:05:32
I agree with Dr. Bernstein's remarks about the survey-very difficult
Jean Gumina
01:05:49
Very complex survey
Orlando Santandreu
01:06:37
I also would like to know the work involved with data and what help we would be getting from DOP/NYSPQC
Deborah Campbell
01:07:05
You say birthing hospital or center. What about a medical center with several birthing facilities that are part of the medical center?
Jason Golbin
01:07:27
how do we get a hospital recruitment packet?
James Weller
01:08:11
thank you so much! be safe!