AIM OB Hemorrhage Bundle:


This page is home to the PNQIN AIM "Birth Equity Journey: 

Optimizing Management of Obstetric Hemorrhage" Toolkit.

Click the links below to view or download the entire toolkit

or individual resources.

In the spirit of equity and respectful language, please also review the

following glossaries:

If you have resources from your hospital to share with other teams,

feel free to email them to



Please feel free to email Kali Vitek at with any questions.

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Hemorrhage Toolkit

National and State Hemorrhage Data

This section is under construction. Check back frequently for updates!

Hemorrhage Background (ACOG and AIM)

This section is under construction. Check back frequently for updates!

Target Bundle Metrics

This section is under construction. Check back frequently for updates!

Participation Logistics

LINK: Please choose 1 person from your hospital to complete the OB Hemorrhage Team Onboarding Form Webinar Schedule in Eastern Time: All team webinars are from 12:00-1:00pm. Stayed tuned for updated webinar topics and agendas! May 11, 2021 (12-1:30pm): Kickoff Event​ Webinar #1: June 22, 2021 Webinar #2: July 20, 2021 Webinar #3: Aug 17, 2021 Webinar #4: Sep 21, 2021 Webinar #5: Oct 19, 2021 Webinar #6: Nov 16, 2021 Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Data Sharing To fully participate in the AIM Hemorrhage Bundle, we ask your hospital to sign a data sharing agreement with our data repository, the Betsy Lehman Center for Patient Safety (BLC), and submit data on a monthly basis. Your team will receive instructions on submitting data to a secure REDCap survey. These data include structure and process measures related to your hospital's implementation of AIM Safety Bundles. Most outcome measures are captured on your behalf. All data must be aggregate and de-identified as defined under HIPAA; no Protected Health Information should be submitted.

PNQIN's and BLC’s Responsibilities:

1. BLC will host a REDCap password-protected database that stores the data submitted by your hospital via REDCap survey. Participating hospitals will not be able to view each other's data.

2. BLC will submit data on your hospital's behalf to the AIM Database as set forth under a Data Use Agreement between BLC and ACOG. Hospital data will remain de-identified in the AIM Database.

3. BLC will share the data, including your hospital's name, with PNQIN so that we may collaborate in supporting quality improvement efforts that can include individual consultations and collaborative learning activities.

4. BLC, in its reasonable discretion and in collaboration with PNQIN, may publish aggregate and de-identified data and analyses. Your hospital is also free to publish your own data. Please email Kali Vitek at with the name and email address of the person responsible for signing data use agreements for your department/hospital.