Obstetric Hemorrhage Bundle

TexasAIM Obstetric Hemorrhage

DSHS partners with Texas birthing facilities to make health care safer for Texas mothers. TexasAIM is a statewide initiative among Texas birthing hospitals to reduce maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity and provide safe care for every mother.

The Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM) Obstetric Hemorrhage Patient Safety Bundle provides guidance to hospitals to coordinate and standardize the care provided to women with obstetric hemorrhage during pregnancy and in the postpartum period. It prepares teams to recognize and respond to hemorrhage at all stages of care. TexasAIM hospital teams are sustaining the Obstetric Hemorrhage Plus Learning Collaborative efforts that began in 2018 and concluded in 2020.

TexasAIM Obstetric Hemorrhage Bundle Timeline, 2018-2020

OBH Bundle Timeline 2018-2020

TexasAIM Hemorrhage Learning Collaborative Hospitals and Partners

The TexasAIM team is grateful for its partnership with TexasAIM OBH participating hospitals, the TexasAIM Plus Obstetric Hemorrhage Learning Collaborative faculty and TexasAIM Practicing for Patients Obstetric Hemorrhage Simulation Program volunteer faculty.

To learn more about the TexasAIM OBH Learning Collaborative, its faculty, and the work of Texas hospitals implementing the TexasAIM Obstetric Hemorrhage Bundle, view the TexasAIM Sharing our Success – The Progress of TexasAIM Obstetric Learning Collaborative 2018-2020 and the 2020 and 2022 Texas Department of State Health Services Maternal Health and Safety Initiatives legislative reports.

TexasAIM Obstetric Hemorrhage Bundle Resources

Over the course of Obstetric Hemorrhage Bundle implementation, TexasAIM hosted various informational webinars, tutorials, and Action Period Calls. Find TexasAIM Obstetric Hemorrhage Bundle webinars on the TexasAIM Webinar Channel. A description of all webinars is available for reference. Find additional resources on the Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health Website.

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Didn’t find what you were looking for? Find more information on the Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health webpage or by contacting the TexasAIM team at TexasAIM@dshs.texas.gov.