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Tools and Resources

These are valuable links to current and relevant resources.

State Resources

2020 Nebraska Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) Annual Report (2/2023)

2023 Nebraska Maternal Mortality Review Report

2023 Nebraska Child Death Review Team Annual Report

National Resources

2023 March of Dimes Report Card for U.S.

2023 March of Dimes Report Card for Nebraska

Healthy People 2030 Maternal, Infant, and Child Health

Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM)

Quality Improvement

National Institute for Children's Health Quality (NICHQ)

ACOG Committee Opinion #490: Partnering with Patients to Improve Safety (Reaffirmed 2019)

California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative

California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative

Illinois Perinatal Quality Collaborative

OB Patient Safety Drills

Simulation and Drills for Patient Safety

AHRQ: Safety Program for Perinatal Care, Clinical Case Scenarios (Hemorrhage and Severe HTN)

Diversity and Equity

Diversity Science: Dignity in Pregnancy & Childbirth: Preventing Racial Bias in Perinatal Care

Office of Minority Health (US DHHS): Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) in Maternal Health Care

March of Dimes: Awareness to Action: Dismantling Bias in Maternal and Infant Healthcare

AWHONN: Respectful Maternity Care Implementation Toolkit (RMC-IT)

ACOG: Respectful Care e-Modules (Free)

Social Determinants of Health

ACOG Committee Opinion 729: Importance of Social Determinants of Health and Cultural Awareness in the Delivery of Reproductive Health Care (January, 2018)

CDC: Social Determinant of Health Resource & Service Directory for SDoH

Improving Patient-Reported Race and Ethnicity Data Collection

American Hospital Association:

HPOE: Reducing Health Care Disparities: Collection and Use of Race, Ethnicity and Language Data

NPQIC Process Flow and Sample Language for Collecting Data on Patient Race & Ethnicity (Adapted from ILPQC)

Review of Hospital Maternal Health Data by Race, Ethnicity, and Medicaid Status

AHA: Framework for Stratifying Race, Ethnicity, and Language Data