Since 2015, we have led the effort to increase consistency in hospital practice at time of birth to identify and respond to prenatal substance exposure with the support of the Colorado SEN Steering Committee, Illuminate Colorado, and the Colorado Department of Human Services.
The Colorado Hospital Substance Exposed Newborns (CHoSEN) Collaborative aims to increase consistency in implementation of best practice approaches in the identification of and response to newborns prenatally exposed to substances at the time of birth across Colorado.
The CHoSEN Collaborative is working towards our goal by:
- Implementing recommendations that improve maternal and/or child outcomes, including but not limited to using structured quality improvement methods and sharing of data and practices
- Identifying additional recommendations for practice and policy
- Engaging birth hospitals across the state in education related to prenatal substance exposure
Learn more about our Education Track and Quality Improvement Track here.
Our current Hospital members
- Banner Health
- Colorado Children's Hospital
- Denver Health
- Lutheran Medical Center
- McKee Medical Center
- Medical Center of the Rockies
- Memorial Hospital
- North Colorado Medical Center
- Parker Adventist Hospital
- Parkview Medical Center
- Poudre Valley Hospital
- Saint Joseph Hospital
- St. Mary's Medical Center
- University of Colorado Hospital