Structure, Priorities & Funding

Strategic Intents, Values, and Funding

The NHPIP focuses its quality improvement work in the following areas:

  • Developmental screening
  • Behavioral/mental health
  • Oral health, as well as,
  • Emerging child health issue

Our current work is centered on:

  1. Promoting awareness of and interest in pediatric care quality measurement, projects, and resources. The NHPIP has developed a one-pager about the NHPIP mission, vision, and strategic intents which can be found on our publications page.
  2.  Facilitating dialogue to identify and act upon pediatric care quality opportunities in NH. For example, part of every quarterly NHPIP Steering Committee meeting is spent looking at data, policy/regulatory changes, or new initiatives to identify avenues to improve pediatric care quality in NH.
  3. Conducting and/or collaborating with others on pediatric quality improvement projects. For a list of current NHPIP Projects, go to our Current Projects page.

In conducting our work, the NHPIP upholds the following values:

  • Being committed to conducting high value, high quality project work.
  • Being measurement driven.
  • Focusing on improving the use of interventions with a solid evidence base of effectiveness in practice-based settings.  
  • Selecting projects that address priority health/healthcare issues for NH children.   
  • Conducting our work in a multi-disciplinary fashion.
  • Operating in a spirit of collaboration not competition.  .
  • Adhering to principles of health data confidentiality.
  • Sharing knowledge and information gained in the interest of child betterment.

Current and Previous Funders