M Health Nurse Midwives named a "Triple Aim" National Best Practice

September 7, 2016

M Health Certified Nurse-Midwives are one of three Minnesota nurse midwifery services who have been designated as a Triple Aim National Best Practice by the American College of Nurse Midwives in their 2015 Benchmarking Project. This achievement recognizes practices which meet the Institute for Healthcare Improvement Triple Aim of improving the patient experience, reducing cost of care and improving the health of populations. This is demonstrated by high breastfeeding rates, low preterm birth and cesarean rates, and reporting fiscal variables.

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You can read more about the ACNM Project Results here