Interpreting Your Epidemiologic Reports

Welcome to this brief program from NTQR that's been designed to help you interpret your epidemiologic monitoring report so that you can produce the most accurate Nuchal Translucency measurements. Aside from the navigational pages the program will stop for you to review the content at the conclusion of most pages.

Upload Your Own Data

NT Credentialed Providers now have the ability to upload their own data when the patient's CRL/NT is not sent to a Participating Laboratory or to assure NTQR receipt of data. Upon logging in to your account click on Data Submission under Performance Improvement from the main menu. You can upload a CSV or Microsoft Excel file or simply enter one record at a time.

First-Trimester Risk Assessment for Down Syndrome

The Examiner

Welcome to the Winter 2019 edition of The Examiner. The Maternal Fetal Medicine Foundation (MFMF) was formed in 2005 and in turn instituted the Nuchal Translucency Quality Review (NTQR). Effective January 1, 2012 the MFMF became the Perinatal Quality Foundation (perinatalquality.org). The NTQR program (ntqr.perinatalquality.org) will not change and will be joined by other initiatives. The Examiner will continue to focus on first trimester risk assessment and the NTQR program but will also include items of interest related to new developments in obstetrical care.