Commission On Infant Mortality
About The Commission
The Ohio Commission on Infant Mortality (ORC 3701.68) was created in 2014 with the goal of improving Ohio's infant mortality rate to help more Ohio babies celebrate their first birthdays. At the time the commission was created, Ohio ranked 46th in the nation for overall infant mortality and 50th for black babies. Infant mortality is defined as the death of a live-born baby before his or her first birthday.
Meet The Members
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.