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Location: Montana
Topic: Severe Maternal Morbidity
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Severe Maternal Morbidity: Montana, 2016-2017

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  • Severe maternal complications identified during delivery hospitalizations: reduce to no more than 61.8 per 10,000 delivery hospitalizations


  • An occurrence of severe maternal morbidity is defined using the CDC-developed definition. A case is identified using 21 hospital discharge procedure and diagnosis codes that indicate a potentially life-threatening condition or maternal complication identified through the 10th revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) diagnosis and procedure codes. Blood transfusions were not included in counts.


  • Maternal and Child Health Bureau. Federally Available Data (FAD) Resource Document. July 2, 2020; Rockville, MD; Health Resources and Services Administration. Available at:
  • Retrieved September 23, 2021, from