Children’s Hospitals Neonatal Database

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The Children’s Hospitals Neonatal Consortium (CHNC), formed in 2006, seeks to improve care for high-risk infants by providing a platform to compare quality and outcomes of care across Level IV neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) by sharing data, information, and ideas for benchmarking, research, and development of safety and quality initiatives. To accomplish this goal, the CHNC developed the Children’s Hospitals Neonatal Database (CHND) in 2010.

NICU infants have a long length of stay with varying needs. With the data gathered through CHND, teams are able to focus on disease-specific analyses and treatment. 

Registry Partners’ CHND team consists of experienced CHND and VON abstractors. We participate in the monthly CHND data coordinator meetings as well as the Annual Symposium for ongoing education. Our assistance begins with a discovery call to learn more about the facility as well as determine its needs for either backlog, ongoing, or contingency support. Then, we work together to determine the best plan moving forward. Our goal is to ensure high quality, timely, and accurate data collection. 

Explore Data Collection Solutions with Registry Partners

To explore how Registry Partners can assist your organization with CHND management, data collection, or reporting, contact us by completing this convenient online form or by calling (866) 287-2968. We also offer services for dozens of other medical databases and registries.