Private Maternity Care Quality
Toolkit (PMCQT)

Making Quality Management Easier For
Private Maternity Care


  • It’s a good learning resource package which has job aids and various checklist for self-learning and capacity building and knowledge update of staff.

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    • Dr. Priti Kumar, Lucknow, India
  • The tools provided in this toolkit have been tested by us in the various facilities, leading from various small to little larger ones

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    • Dr. MeeraLakhatia, Allahabad, India
  • We have used the customized dashboard indicators from PMCQT to monitor quality of services;this has helped us improve our services

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    • Hellen Paul, Palamau, India.
  • At last we have a wonderful, easy to use toolkit launched at Copenhagen Women Deliver Conference. This has helped providers improve quality of care

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    • Dr Nivedita Dutta, Jharkhand, India.
  • My nurses have immensely benefitted in knowing and practicing evidence based practices related to childbirth using this toolkit. This has brought down my work

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    • Dr Shivani Jha, Jharkhand, India.
  • I got to know about this Private Maternity Care –Quality tool kit ( PMC-QT) during my participation in the Jhpiego-FOGSI led initiative. I must say, this has been designed appropriately

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    • Dr. AparnaShrotri, Maharashtra, India.
  • I came across this tool kit during a meeting of FOGSI-Jhpiego led Initiative. It is a wonderful kit to take your clinical practice to global standard

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    • Dr. SuchetaKinjawadekar, Maharashtra, India.
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  • “It’s a good learning resource package which has job aids and various checklist for self-learning and capacity building and knowledge update of staff which eventually increases their confidence and enhances their skills. This maternal quality toolkit is an evidence-based practice that focuses on minimum essential process to be performed while delivering care to the mother during antepartum, intrapartum and immediate postpartum period. The components of this toolkit is easy to understand and can be easily performed in any maternity set up which long for quality care. It is a good initiative from Merck to support and sustain quality in maternity sector. I strongly recommend use of this toolkit for quality improvement in maternity sector in India to improve maternal health outcome.”

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    • Dr. Priti Kumar, Lucknow, India
    • Secretary Lucknow Obstetrics and Gynecological Society and NORTH ZONE Coordinator adolescent health committee FOGSI 2016, Uttar Pradesh, India.
  • “The tools provided in this toolkit have been tested by us in the various facilities, leading from various small to little larger ones, and they all have been very successful in improving the facilities in all the standards which we thought off. We have noticed a lot of increase and interest in the staff in improving themselves in clinical standards. All in all during the working off experimenting and refining this tool, we noticed that the facility themselves were improving and the care of the patient was being standardized. So all in all the effect was very happy one for both for providers and the recipients. The website made for this tool is very useful user friendly also. Its easily accessible for the provider as it can be seen on mobile that is very good for the providers to assess themselves frequently. In the long run it need to be translated in the languages so that everyone can avail it and also need to update it frequently since it will be floated allover India. So all in all the website is very good and useful one to begin with and needs to be reviewed later on as it is.”

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    • Dr. MeeraLakhatia, D.G.O., D.N.B
    • Joint Secretary AOGS, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
  • “We have used the customized dashboard indicators from PMCQT to monitor quality of services; this has helped us improve our services in our mission hospital in a remote tribal area of Jharkhand.”

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    • Hellen Paul
    • Senior Administrator, Navjivan Hospital, Satbarwa, Palamau, Jharkhand, India
  • “At last we have a wonderful, easy to use toolkit launched at Copenhagen Women Deliver Conference. This has helped providers improve quality of care in labor room across many small hospitals and nursing homes of Bokaro district of Jharkhand.”

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    • Dr Nivedita Dutta
    • Consultant Obstetrician and member FOGSI, Bokaro, Jharkhand, India
  • My nurses have immensely benefitted in knowing and practicing evidence based practices related to childbirth using this toolkit. This has brought down my work stress and improved our performance.”

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    • Dr Shivani Jha
    • President DGOS, Dhanbad, Jharkhand, India
  • “I got to know about this Private Maternity Care –Quality tool kit ( PMC-QT) during my participation in the Jhpiego-FOGSI led initiative. I must say, this has been designed appropriately for the small to medium sized maternity care centers in the private sector. From the position of independent maternal health consultant, I found these quality care standards comprehensive, adoptable, auditable and flexible resource to align practices of the health care providers at the small to large sized facilities to accepted global standards. The dedicated web platform gives opportunity to share it efficiently and effectively with other colleagues fulfilling the ultimate aim of standardization of clinical care practices.”

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    • Dr. AparnaShrotri
    • Ex. Professor and HOD, B J Medical College, Pune. Ex. President Pune Obstetrics and Gynecological Society and Independent Maternal Health Consultant.Pune, Maharashtra, India
  • “I came across this tool kit during a meeting of FOGSI-Jhpiego led Initiative. It is a wonderful kit to take your clinical practice to global standard of care. Though a small nursing home like mine have many limitations including ignorance about many small but important aspects of quality of care, this tool kit made me believe that my practice can reach desired quality of care. The best part is; it can be flexed and customized as per local / regional needs.”

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    • Dr. SuchetaKinjawadekar
    • President, Navi Mumbai Obstetric and Gynecological Society & Director, Kamlesh Mother and Child Hospital, Nerul, Navi Mumbai, Maharshtra, India
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This program is supported by funding from MSD, through MSD for Mothers, the company’s 10-year, $500 million initiative to help create a world where no woman dies giving life. MSD for Mothers is known as Merck for Mothers in the United States and Canada.

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