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The  North  Carolina  Statewide  OB  

Hemorrhage  Project
September  13,  2017
“True  postpartum  
hemorrhage  is  an  
alarming  but  sometimes,  
in  its  effects,  an  appalling  
occurrence.”
Leischman’s System  of  
Midwifery  (1879)
Why  Use  AIM?
• Data  collection  is  minimal  to  allow  teams  to  focus  on  
improving  outcomes
– Severe  Maternal  Morbidity  (SMM)  that  hospitals  already  collect  
and  submits  to  the  state
– On-­‐line  entry  of  process  metrics  by  the  hospital  teams  directly  
into  AIM  system
• AIM  bundles  do  not  mandate  a  particular  protocols  to  
use  
– Allows  hospitals  to  use  successful  protocols  they  may  already  
have  in  place
• A  national  program  allows  for  benchmarking  against  
similar  hospitals  across  the  country
Some  of  the  North  Carolina  AIM  
Partners
AIM  OBH  Participating  Sites
As  of  September  12,  2017


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Alamance Harris  Regional Pardee ★
Camp  Lejune Haywood  County Park  Ridge
Carolina  East  (Craven) High  Point  Regional Randolph ★

CHS  Blue  Ridge Iredell Rex  Hospital
CHS  Cleveland Lake  Norman  Regional Sampson
CHS  Lincoln Lenoir Scotland
CHS  Northeast Marla  Parham Sentara  Albermarle
CHS  Pineville Martin  General Southeastern  Health
CHS  Stanly McDowell UNC Birth  Centers
CHS  Union Mission Vidant Baby  +  Co.  (Cary)
CHS  University Nash  General Vidant Beaufort Baby  +  Co.  (Charlotte)
CMC-­‐Main New  Hanover Vidant Chowan Baby  +  Co.  (Winston-­‐Salem)
Carteret Northern  Hospital  Surry Vidant Duplin Natural  Beginnings  (Statesville)
Catawba  Valley Novant Forsyth Vidant Edgecombe Women’s  Birth  and  Wellness  (Chapel  Hill)
Columbus  Regional Novant Huntersville Vidant Roanoke WNC  Birth  Center  (Asheville)
Cone  Women’s Novant Matthews Wake  Med
Davis  Regional Novant Presbyterian Wake  Med-­‐Cary
Duke  Regional Novant Rowan Wake  Med  North
Duke  University Novant Thomasville Wayne  Memorial
First  Moore  Regional Outer  Banks  Regional
Halifax  Regional Onslow  Memorial