About the Birth Registry
Increase in the maternal mortality rate in the US between 2000 and 2014.*
The United States is one of the only developing nations whose maternal mortality rate is increasing.**
The Birth Registry aims to help decrease the high maternal mortality rate in the United States and improve maternal care more broadly by enabling healthcare providers to identify and address the variations in care that currently exist between facilities.
* MacDorman, M., Declercq, E., Cabral, H., Morton, C., “Is the United States Maternal Mortality Rate Increasing? Disentangling trends from measurement issues: Short title: U.S. Maternal Mortality Trends.” Obstet Gynecol. 2016 Sep; 128(3):447-55.
News & Announcements
We are proud to invite you to visit the below link for the Cancer and Pregnancy Registry ran by Dr. Elyce Cardonick, ACOG Fellow and maternal fetal medicine specialist. The Cancer and Pregnancy Registry maintained at Cooper Medical School provides valuable guidance...
University of California San Francisco has launched PRIORITY, a nationwide study focused on pregnant women and COVID-19. For more information on enrollment, participation, and PRIORITY assessments, visit their website: priority.ucsf.edu .
"'Race is not the risk factor...Racism is the risk factor.'" Read on here: The US has the highest maternal death rate of any developed nation. California is trying to do something about that.