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American Hospital Association.
Maternal harm is a patient safety concern that is increasingly prioritized in regulatory and care delivery environments. This website provides tools, policies, news articles, case studies, and information for patients and families to inform efforts to protect mothers and infants across geographic regions.
CDC Vital Signs. May 7, 2019.
Maternal morbidity and mortality is a worldwide patient safety problem. This analysis describes the prevalence of pregnancy-related death and areas of concern during pregnancy, at delivery, and up to a year postpartum. It reports that 60% of these deaths are preventable and provides suggestions for families, clinicians, and systems to reduce risks.
Kirkup B. London, UK: The Stationery Office; 2015. ISBN: 9780108561306.
Sharing information about large-scale investigations into failures can provide insights on factors that contribute to adverse clinical incidents. This report discusses an analysis of care delivered in the maternity unit of a National Health Service Trust between 2004 and 2013 which uncovered problems that were perpetuated due to failure to look into the initial event.