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Regional Perinatal Programs of California (RPPC)

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The Regional Perinatal Programs of California (RPPC), established in 1979, evolved from the need for a comprehensive, cooperative network of public and private health care providers within geographic areas to assure the well-being of pregnant women and their babies and to promote access to appropriate levels of high quality care. Provides quality improvement resources, consultation, and technical assistance to hospitals and health care providers. Funded by Title V MCH Block Grant.

The California Maternal Quality Improvement Toolkits

The California Maternal Quality Improvement Toolkits are developed in partnership with key experts from across California, representing the diverse professionals and institutions that care for pregnant and postpartum women. The Toolkits aim to improve the health care response to leading causes of preventable death among pregnant and postpartum women as well as to reduce harm to infants and women from overuse of obstetric procedures.

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