Meetings for the Commission on Infant Mortality began in August 2015.
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About The Commission

The Ohio Commission on Infant Mortality was created by the 130th General Assembly to study the current inventory of state programs and funding streams available to address the issue of infant mortality. The Commission will develop recommendations to improve accountability and coordination in the state's efforts to combat the abysmal rate of infant mortality in the State of Ohio. The Commission will meet bimonthly with the objective of producing a final report.

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Government officials, directors or designees from a number of executive agencies, and representatives from Ohio's hospital and community-based programs are working together to provide recommendations on how to improve the rate of infant mortality.

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