Introduction to the AIM CCI Team and 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.
Community Care for Postpartum Safety and Wellness
This bundle seeks to ensure that all women receive the care and support that they need to have to recover from birth, acclimate to motherhood and transition to well woman care.
The Bundle provides steps to create a system of care for women from birth through the first year postpartum.
The AIM CCI measures are aimed at understanding the broader MCH 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.
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.
AIM CCI’s Equity Approach
- Facilitating the integration of equity into non-hospital focused maternal safety bundles
- Developing and piloting at least four new clinical/community integrated maternal safety bundles with an emphasis on enhancing capacity to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality and achieving equity.
- Individual assessments to capture equity capacity and provide aggregated report to pilot sites including targeted resources to build capacity over time.