Family integrated solutions to improve quality of care and reduce costs

Parents and healthcare providers building nurturing environments for all young children.

Overview of Liminality

Liminality Innovations provides evidence-based healthcare and quality management solutions in maternal and newborn care

Our Solutions:

MergeTM – Educational tools for healthcare providers and parents backed by over 20 years of clinical and scientific experience. Our goal is to integrate families directly into the healthcare team of their critically ill infant.

Upstart Parent Surveys – Evaluate Prevention-Focused Parenting Programs

Using the MergeTM approach, the average length of stay in the NICU has been reduced by half a day, enabling babies to go home sooner.

In the first week after leaving hospital, ED visits have dropped 26 per cent, and hospital readmissions are down 37 per cent for former NICU patients.

It’s estimated the reductions in NICU length of stay have saved the health system about $1.2 million over a two-year period.

Evidence Based

Over 20 years of clinical and scientific experience.

Quality Improvement

Standardized implementation makes the results sustainable.


For hospitals, healthcare providers, and families.

Award winning
Health Quality Council of Alberta, Patient Experience Award, for Alberta Family Integrated Care

June 2023

We know what works!
Liminality is built on over 20 years of clinical and scientific experience in health and social service systems. 

Find out what partnering with Liminality can do for you

Liminality works with you to implement large scale quality improvement initiatives because we provide the training and support. Our approach supports health and social service systems to simultaneously improve outcomes and increase sustainability.

Continuing professional development to integrate families into neonatal care teams.

Standardized implementation processes make quality improvement easy and sustainable. 

To learn more about the benefits of Merge™ for health systems, download this peer-reviewed paper.


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