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News & Updates


July 14, 2007 - New Physician Participation Fee

Read about the New Physician Participation Fee outlined in the document that was E-mailed to all active participants on July 14-15, 2007.

April 5, 2007 - New Physician & Sonographer Participation Fees

Read about the New Participation Fee E-mailed to all active participating Sonologists and Sonographers on April 5-6, 2007.

February 3, 2006 - Digital Camera Raffle

Congratulations to Maria Small! Maria was our lucky winner of this year's raffle at the SMFM 26th Annual Meeting. Her prize was the Canon PowerShot S2 IS. We enjoyed the opportunity of meeting all of you and hope to see you again at next year's Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA. Happy picture taking Maria!

February 1, 2006 - New Name Change

The "Maternal-Fetal Medicine Foundation Nuchal Translucency (NT) Education and Monitoring Program" is now known as the "Nuchal Translucency Quality Review Program".

The new URL is: http://www.ntqr.org.


Ongoing quality review has been shown to be essential in maintaining accurate NT measurements over time. The Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine has recognized the importance of establishing a nationally respected, consensus-based Nuchal Translucency (NT) quality review program in order to accomplish that objective. As a result, the Maternal-Fetal Medicine Foundation, working in cooperation with leaders from several other professional organizations, has created a broad based national program to ensure the best possible NT risk assessment for mothers in the United States.

We are now in the process of expanding and intensifying our outreach - to educate and mobilize as diverse and active a group of NT providers as possible. To do this, we need a name that is more inclusive and says who we are and what we were created to do. The Nuchal Translucency Quality Review Program (NTQR) does this, and that is our new name. You have already demonstrated your commitment to this effort through your registration with the NTQR program.

The Maternal-Fetal Medicine Foundation (MFMF) web portal at http://www.mfmf.org will remain as a gateway for the NTQR program and other future activities.