Maternity Dashboard

Report
Maternity
Dashboard
South West Maternity
and Children’s Strategic
Clinical Network
27th November 2014
Ann Remmers, Clinical
Director
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Network Priority
Outcome
Reduction in
perinatal morbidity
and mortality
(Domain 1)
Improved maternal
outcomes and
experience
(Domains 3 and 4).
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Ambition
Improving maternal &
perinatal outcomes
and experience in the
South West.
Transformational Elements
Developing a South West
maternity dashboard to identify
unwarranted variation in
outcomes (September 2014).
Development of an agreed model
of care to prevent and treat major
post-partum haemorrhage,
reduce stillbirth rates, pre-term
birth and admission of term
babies to NICU (2015-16).
National Priority
• NHS Mandate 2013-15
- Reducing infant mortality, neonatal mortality and
stillbirths
- Women’s experience of maternity services
• Reducing stillbirth rates is a priority of the National
Clinical Director for Maternity and Women’s Health, Dr
Catherine Calderwood
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Background
• Network requested example dashboards from acute
trusts across the South West via South West HoMS
• 16 dashboards were submitted (inc. Dorset and
Channel Islands)
• Showed wide variation not only in the range of
indicators measured but also in the criteria for an
indicator. e.g. for 1 indicator there were 12 different
criteria being used
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Progress so far
• Maternity Working group worked on establishing
Maternity dashboard – includes 32 indicators
• Detailed Technical Appendix has been produced to
provide support and guidance to those supplying the
data
• In the first round of data collection, 13 out of 14 Acute
Trusts submitted data
• Data collection started in October
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Dashboard Indicators
Total number of
babies born
Instrumental birth
rate
PPH ≥1500 ml
rate
Apgar at 5 min < 7
at term or over
Smoking at birth rate
Number of live
births
Caesarean
section rate
Rate of women
requiring level 3
care
NICU admission
at term or over
( on hold)
Obesity rates
Number of birth
episodes
Elective CS rate
Preterm birth rate
<37 weeks
Stillbirth rate
Rate of births resulting from
under 18 conceptions
Birth episode rate
by place of birth
Emergency CS
rate
Preterm birth rate
<34 weeks
Early booking rate
for analysis by
provider /CCG
Rate of birth resulting from
conceptions in women aged
40 or over
Midwife to birth
ratio
Robson group 1
rate
Preterm birth rate
<27 weeks
Early booking rate
for analysis by
provider or by
CCG
Female genital mutilation rate
Induction of labour
rate
3rd & 4th degree
tear rate
in unassisted
births
Low birth weight
rate at term or
over in live born
babies
Breastfeeding rate
on transfer to
health visitor (at
10-14 days) (on
hold)
Spontaneous birth
rate
3rd & 4th degree
tear rate
in assisted births
Low birth weight
rate at term or
over in stillborn
babies
Breastfeeding rate
at 6-8 weeks
(on hold)
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Moving forward
• Agree presentation of data with the working group
• Work on setting thresholds
• Use of the dashboard to identify and monitor
improvement work within maternity services as a part
of the Network work programme, e.g. reducing
stillbirths, low birth weight babies, management postpartum haemorrhage
Questions?
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