Maintenance of Certification Part 4 Simplified!

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Vermont Oxford Network works with EHR vendor in effort to align data collection

Vermont Oxford Network is happy to announce we have worked with Epic on a new feature to enable abstraction of infant data for submission to VON’s Very Low Birth Weight and Expanded Database. The new feature allows participating VON members to view and input data for eligible infants from a single screen, and to prepare […]

What did 92 teams learn about safe pulse oximetry ?

What did 92 teams learn about safe oxygen saturations and compliance with safe pulse oximetry ranges and alarm limits from auditing 1133 infants in their units? Over 99% of those participating in the audit shared that the audit was useful, providing important insights into their units practice and opportunities for improvement. Although many units had […]

eNICQ 5.4 for 2015 is now available

Vermont Oxford Network is pleased to announce the release of version 5.4.2 of our eNICQ 5 software. This version includes: the ability to enter and submit data for infants born in 2015 an expanded list of transfer codes and improved upgrading of the transfer code list enhancements to the electronic data interface which allows users […]

Vermont Oxford Network Members Collaborate on Occlusive Wrap Clinical Trial

A randomized controlled trial conducted by 39 Vermont Oxford Network members found that occlusive wrap increased mean body temperature when used with preterm infants. The Heat Loss Prevention Trial (HeLP Trial) enrolled 817 infants born 24/0 to 27/6 weeks gestational age. Infants were assigned randomly to be wrapped or not wrapped immediately after birth. Wrapped […]

Network Database Reaches 2 Million Neonatal Infant Records (Press Release)

BURLINGTON, VT (PRWeb) November 21, 2014 – Vermont Oxford Network, Inc. (VON) has achieved a significant milestone in the efforts of its membership to build a community of neonatal practice. The Network Database surpassed two million infant records, representing more than 63 million patient days. The Vermont Oxford Network Database maintains data on very low […]

Enrollment open for iNICQ 2015: Alarm Safety! Driving Outcomes With Evidence-based Oxygen Therapy and Safe Monitoring Practices

On September 24th, over 300 VON member centers participated in the outstanding webinar—An Alarming Problem! Alarm Hazards Top the Patient Safety Hazards List. Led by our expert faculty, Dr. Maria Cvach, from Johns Hopkins Hospital, participants learned how they can improve bedside care, clinical outcomes, and family satisfaction while meeting the new National Patient Safety […]