The ongoing provision, evaluation and improvement of maternal and child health care involves a broad network of professionals and agencies using high-quality data to make sound decisions. Integrating health system data from disparate systems is complex and challenging because it means crossing organizational boundaries and developing new technology solutions.

We could not do the work we do without the support of our partners. BORN is proud to collaborate with a variety organizations and professionals who share our commitment to the best possible beginnings for lifelong health and champion the use of high-quality data.

Below is a list of BORN's key partners:

The Ministry of Health and Long Term Care

Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services.

Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario

CHEO Research Institute

Provincial Council for Maternal and Child Health

eHealth Ontario

Health Quality Ontario

Newborn Screening Ontario

Association of Ontario Midwives

Ontario Hospital Association

Public Health Ontario

TARGetKids!

Champlain Maternal Newborn Regional Program

Southwestern Ontario Maternal Newborn Child and Youth Network

The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada

Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences

Canadian Neonatal Network

Dapasoft

External Resources

National

Canadian Congenital Anomalies Surveillance Network

Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI)

Canadian Perinatal Surveillance System (CPSS)

Canadian Perinatal Programs Coalition (CPPC)

Ontario 

The MotHERS Program

Ontario Midwifery Program (OMP)

Other Provincial Programs

Alberta Perinatal Health Program

BC Perinatal Health Program

Manitoba Institute of Child Health (MICH)

Perinatal Program Newfoundland Labrador (PPNL)

Reproductive Care Program of Nova Scotia (RCP)

Saskatchewan Perinatal Education Program

Other

DoulaCARE

CANImmunize

Accessing Health and Health-Related Data in Canada, Council of Canadian Academies