News & Events
A Statewide Approach to Improving Child Health and Health Care
A dynamic network aims to help Vermont's pediatric practices navigate an evolving quality improvement landscape. Read more >>
Reaching Out to Rural Practices in Tennessee
As a Pediatric Portfolio Sponsor with the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP), the Tennessee Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (TNAAP) approves quality improvement (QI) projects for Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part 4 credit. TNAAP
also focuses on primary care settings in small towns across the state through its Pediatric Healthcare Improvement Initiative for Tennessee (PHiiT). Read more >>
Elizabeth (Cason) Benton!
The American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) had selected Dr. Benton to receive the 2018 Paul V. Miles (PVM) Fellowship Award. This award is given annually to an accomplished mid-career pediatrician dedicated to improving the quality of health
care for children. Read more >>
Funding & Sustaining Your Improvement Partnership
Led by a panel of experienced Improvement Partnership leaders during the 2014 Annual Meeting
Recent NIPN Articles
NIPN Builds the Quality Focus, Pediatric News Digital Network (April 2015)
A Case Study of Improvement Partnerships in New Mexico and Oregon: Evolving State Quality Improvement Infrastructure and the Role of Improvement Partnerships and NIPN (January 2015)
Academic Pediatric Association Newsletter (February 2014)
"The National Improvement Partnership network: State-Based Partnerships That Improve Primary Care Quality."
AAP QI Supplement (November 2013)
“State Partnership Supports Quality Improvement in Pediatric Practices, Leading to More Evidence-Based Care, Better Care Coordination, and High Satisfaction in Participating Practices.”
AHRQ Health Care Innovations Exchange Highlight (June 2013)
OPIP Receives Award
Oregon Pediatric Improvement Partnership (OPIP) received the Administrator's Excellence Award for its work to improve access and systems of care for
Oregon’s vulnerable children.
Learn more about Oregon’s Assuring Better Child Health and Development (ABCD) III Initiative.