We are more than 1200 hospitals collaborating to improve neonatal care around the world with data-driven quality improvement and research.
Annual Quality Congress Registration is Open!
Come together to transform newborn care.
VON’s Annual Quality Congress convenes more than 1300 healthcare professionals to learn about and discuss new data, new science, and new approaches in the care of infants and families worldwide.
We gather to examine the biggest questions facing our community of practice. We collaborate to accelerate practical improvement in newborn care.
Join us to transform newborn care across the world.
VON Members Have Made Remarkable Progress to Improve Outcomes Since 1989
Vermont Oxford Network includes more than 1200 centers across 30+ countries working to continuously improve neonatal care.
Network data, VON quality improvement methodology, and rigorous dedication to advancing care has moved the big dot on major morbidities and infant mortality at an impressive pace. VON members are on the leading edge of family-engaged care and accelerating the magnitude of improvement in neonatology.
Rigorously Advancing Neonatal Care with Research and Analysis
Cochrane at VON is a service for the neonatal community of practice that provides access all Cochrane Neonatal systematic reviews. We analyze network data for practical improvement in the NICU by the Numbers series. Members use network data and VON quality improvement methods to inform their research.
Maryland earns State of Excellence Award for NAS training
Vermont Oxford Network (VON) has awarded a “State of Excellence in Education and Training for Infants and Families Affected by Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome” designation to the state of Maryland and the Maryland Patient Safety Center.
Welcome to VON's New Website!
We hope you enjoy your time here and that you find what you’re looking for and more! We welcome your questions and comments about the new experience with VON online.
New Genomic Network to Improve Care of Critically Ill Infants
VON and Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine (RCIGM) are collaborating to create a learning network for neonatal and pediatric intensive care teams. The goal is to amplify understanding of how rapid genomic sequencing can help guide complex care for critically ill infants with genetic diseases.