Under Revised Code § 3701.68(B), the Commission on Infant Mortality was charged with the task of conducting a complete inventory of services
provided or administered by the state that are available to address Ohio's infant mortality rate. The Commission asked the Legislative Service
Commission (LSC) staff to collect information from various state agencies for the purpose of fulfilling this responsibility. To assist with this
effort, LSC created a survey, which was administered to the state agencies that had programs directly addressing infant mortality. The results of
the survey were then compiled into four tables based on whether they were 1) programs that are clinical or systemic initiatives 2) programs that
are targeted initiatives or are population- or region-specific 3) programs that are for surveillance/review purposes or 4) programs that enhance access to care.