Our Body of Work

NICHQ started out as a vision from a team of pediatric and public health leaders. They saw a critical need to improve children’s healthcare, especially to address issues of quality in ambulatory pediatrics. In the past two decades, we have expanded our work to include an emphasis on the social and community influences of children’s health. It's in the space of building bridges between healthcare, public health and communities that we see the most potential for driving change in children's health outcomes.

Filter by health topic and click on a bar below to learn more about a specific initiative, or view a full listing of all NICHQ initiatives.

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AMCHP Birth Outcomes Collaborative
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Overcoming Childhood Obesity Through Advocacy
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Let's Go! Maine Evaluation
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Greater Rochester Obesity Collaborative
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Tulsa Children's Project
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Delaware Primary Care Initiative on Childhood Overweight
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Accelerating Improvement in Childhood Obesity
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Healthy Care for Healthy Kids
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HRSA Perinatal & Patient Safety Pilot Health Disparities Collaborative
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Diabetes Project
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Spread of Medical Home Concept
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Cultural Competency in Children's Primary Healthcare
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CDC Cross-State Immunization Initiative
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Collaborative to Improve Pregnancy Outcomes in Vermont
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Maine Youth Obesity Collaborative
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Collaboration to Improve Care for Children with Cystic Fibrosis
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Collaborative on the Medical Home for Children with Special Healthcare Needs
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Collaborative to Improve Preventive Care & Care for Children with Asthma
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Asthma Childhood Project
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Collaborative to Improve Asthma Care for Children
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Improving Vaccination & Preventive Delivery Services
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Improving Healthcare for Asthma & Depression