WHAT IS AIM?
The United States has the highest maternal mortality rate of any high resource country—and it is the only country outside of Afghanistan and Sudan where the rate is rising. The Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM) is a national data-driven maternal safety and quality improvement initiative based on proven implementation approaches to improving maternal safety and outcomes in the U.S. Our end goal is to eliminate preventable maternal mortality and severe morbidity across the United States.
AIM works through state teams and health systems to align national, state, and hospital level quality improvement efforts to improve overall maternal health outcomes.
AIM Presentations and Handouts
Quantification of Blood Loss Presentation – Spring Conference 2018
AIM Baseline Survey Presentation
What’s Next Presentation
Data Collection Handout
Facility Work Plan Form Blank (Download Excel Document)
Facility Work Plan Form First Three Measures (Download Excel Document)
VaDS-Checklist-updated_7-18 (Download Microsoft Word Document)
Hemorrhage Scenarios BRMC (PDF)
Postpartum Hemorrhage Checklist BRMC (PDF)
Article on Tranexamic acid (PDF)
AIM Introduction eModule – Free learning module to introduce AIM and patient safety bundles.
(7 1/2 minutes long)
Additional eModules are available at this site. Five modules are available on OB Hemorrhage. Modules are free and can be used for any staff member as a beginning to education and discussion about bundle implementation.
Laura N. Hunt
Hallie Morgan, MA, MPH
Director of Data Analysis
Quarterly Data Support Calls
APRIL 19, 2018 (12:30 PM)
JULY 19, 2018 (12:30 PM)
OCTOBER 11, 2018 (12:30 PM)
JANUARY 17, 2019 (12:30 PM)
PHONE NUMBER: 877-278-2734
AWHONN Post Partum Hemorrhage Project
Alliance for Innovation in Maternal Health Program
ACOG Obstetric Hemorrhage Page
North Carolina Perinatal Collaborative
California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative
Thomas Memorial Hospital Introduces Grace’s ClosetDecember 18, 2018
ABC News report highlights WVU Medicine’s care for drug-exposed babiesOctober 23, 2018
PUBLICATION: Researchers capture the incidence of NAS in West VirginiaOctober 16, 2018
Suboxone may be safer for women in pregnancyAugust 7, 2018
Dr. Coy Flowers, OB/GYN
Greenbrier Valley Medical Center
WV ACOG Vice Chair
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