Daisy Goodman is a nurse midwife with clinical experience in settings from federally qualified rural health centers to the academic medical center. She received a doctorate in nursing practice from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions, an MPH from The Dartmouth Institute, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in healthcare improvement through the VA Quality Scholars program. She is a clinical assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the Geisel School of Medicine and The Dartmouth Institute, where she teaches health care quality improvement. She served as a maternal infant health advisor for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) from 2016-2017, and represented the American College of Nurse Midwives in the development of the Alliance for Innovation in Maternal Health Patient Safety Bundle for the Perinatal Care of Women with Opioid Use Disorders. Goodman directs women’s health services for the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Perinatal Addiction Treatment Program, and was one of the first wave of advanced practice nurses in NH to become a buprenorphine prescriber. Her research and work in quality improvement focus on improving access to treatment for opioid use disorders for pregnant and parenting women through integrated delivery models. She currently leads a three-year initiative to implement best practice in the care of pregnant women with opioid use disorders through the Northern New England Perinatal Quality Improvement Network.