The mission of the Delaware Healthy Mother & Infant Consortium (DHMIC) is to provide statewide leadership and coordination of efforts to prevent infant mortality and to improve the health of women of childbearing age and infants throughout Delaware.
The full-day Annual Summit is an opportunity to learn firsthand about the progress that is being made, the challenges yet to be overcome and to interact with national, regional and local experts.
Hundreds of health professionals from throughout Delaware attend this event, and leave with new knowledge, new connections and new opportunities for collaboration.
The Delaware Healthy Mother and Infant Consortium (DHMIC) helps ensure the effective implementation of the recommendations set forth by the DE Infant Mortality Task Force (IMTF). DHMIC’s work is organized through five standing committees, comprising membership from partner organizations, health care providers and other stakeholders.
DHMIC’s progress has been marked by a reduction in Delaware’s infant mortality rate and in its prematurity rate, as well as the growth of many key vital programs for the health of mothers and infants. Employing the life course model, DHMIC is integrating an approach that addresses the individual, family, provider and system levels of care and wellbeing.