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State - Michigan Maternal Mortality Surveillance

Michigan's maternal mortality review is a state-level structured process by which two multidisciplinary committees (injury and medical) identify and review cases of maternal death that occur during pregnancy, at delivery, or within one year of pregnancy. Causes of death are determined during the review process and policy recommendations are made to prevent future deaths.

2016-2020 Data Update


Organization Information

Annual Reports


Organization Documents

- Strategic Plan
- Mission and Vision
- Agency Organization Chart