Central Ohio Infant Mortality/Preterm Birth Initiative
Infant mortality, the death of a baby before his/her first birthday, is a public health crisis in the central Ohio community.  Franklin County's infant mortality rate in 2011 was 9.8, with an Ohio rate of 7.9.  Ohio has the 8th worst infant mortality rate in the nation.

Through the Ohio Better Birth Outcome collaborative, central Ohio healthcare providers are working together to reduce the number of infant deaths and incidents of preterm birth through clinical interventions.  Click through the initiatives listed below to learn more about the central Ohio collaborations around reducing infant mortality.


Dublin Methodist Hospital Doctors Hospital Riverside Methodist Hospital Ohio State University Medical Center The James Cancer Hospital & Solove Research Institute Mount Carmel West Grant Medical Center Nationwide Children’s Hospital Ohio State University East Mount Carmel New Albany Surgical HospitalMount Carmel St. Ann’sMount Carmel East Central Ohio Hospital Council
Click on the yellow dots to visit hospital websites.

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April 2014

In this edition of COHC.news, COHC provides information on the coordinated efforts between OBBO and OPQC to combat preterm birth and infant mortality. 

Also, an update is provided on the progress the hospital supply chain managers have made on creating an integrated database to help support minority-owned businesses.

 

 

 







 

4/23/14 - Mental Health Bed Board Meeting
 
4/23/14 - OBBO Steering Committee Meeting
 
 4/30/14 - OBBO Monthly Community Progesterone Meeting
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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