MMRIA’s abstraction forms and tools help MMRC members to understand the story of a woman’s life and the events leading to her death.
MMRIA provides access to semi-automated case narrative templates from which committee members can print easy-to-read case narrative details.
MMRIA provides a common language that helps MMRCs to collaborate in case review and analyses.
MMRIA provides documentation of committee deliberations on pregnancy relatedness, preventability, and contributing factors.
MMRIA utilizes the CouchDB security system for user administration.
MMRIA is provided free of charge.
Standardized data collection is a first step toward fully understanding the causes of maternal mortality and eliminating preventable maternal deaths. MMRIA helps Maternal Mortality Review Committees organize available data and begin the critical steps necessary to comprehensively identify and assess cases.
of medical and social information surrounding an individual maternal death that can be used to facilitate review by a state- or jurisdiction-based maternal mortality review committee.
standardized indicators common to most maternal deaths that can be used for surveillance, monitoring, and research of maternal mortality.