Introduction to the Community Care Bundles
AIM CCI develops maternal safety bundles for use in non-hospital settings such as outpatient and community-based clinical facilities, as well as by other social and supportive services agencies that may be a touchpoint during the pregnancy and postpartum journey.
Explore our non-hospital safety bundles to see how your organization can implement these equity and evidence-informed recommendations to improve maternal outcomes in your community.
What is a Maternal Safety Bundle?
- A Bundle is a small set of evidence-based interventions that combines medical and improvement science to achieve improved outcomes.
- When care processes are grouped into simple bundles, caregivers are more likely to implement them by making fundamental changes in how the work is done.
- When the care processes are evidence based, subsequent outcomes will improve
- Encourages interdisciplinary teams to organize work, adapt the delivery system, and deliver bundle components reliably.
The AIM CCI measures are aimed at understanding the broader MCH landscape in a community and the type of services provided by all members of a Local Maternal Safety Committee (LMSW) to support bundle implementation. Please click here to view measures for the AIM CCI postpartum bundle.
QI Guide for Clinical-Community Integration
AIM CCI developed the QI Guide for Clinical-Community Integration to support the implementation of its non-hospital community safety bundles, thus providing a framework in which community-based organizations implementing AIM CCI bundles in community settings can gain a better understanding of how to successfully integrate and operationalize AIM CCI bundle actions. The goal is to develop a community-wide QI approach to improve local maternal health outcomes. Please click here to access the guide.