Submit or Update a State Profile
Primary and secondary contacts for MMRCs can log into their account on Review to Action to create or update a state profile. If you do not yet have an account, please visit this link to create a new account. During the account creation process, you'll also be able to create a state profile. To update your state profile, log into your account and select the tab, "Manage My MMR Profile." All requests for updates or new submissions need to be approved by the Review to Action team prior to going live; please allow 2-3 business days for the approval process.
Submit a State or Jurisdiction Resource
A state or jurisdiction must have a profile in Review to Action to be able to add resources. After the primary or secondary contact for the jurisdiction logs into the site, select the tab, "Manage My MMR Profile" and you'll see an option to add resources or edit your existing resources.
Submit a National Resource
A partner must have an account in Review to Action to add a national resource. All requests for updates or new submissions need to be approved by the Review to Action team prior to going live; please allow 2-3 business days for the approval process. After logging into your account, you can select from the left side of this page "Add Partner or National Resource." The Review to Action team is continually revisiting its guidelines for partner resources featured on the site. At this time, the guidelines include:
- All resources need to be actionable products that review members, administrators, or partners could recommend or implement to intervene in maternal mortality. Examples include clinical bundles/toolkits for specific causes of maternal death, or detailed success stories of programs that could be replicated by a community, partner, or state.
- Organizations may choose to submit position statements or clinical guidelines, but they should be related to a high priority cause or factor in maternal mortality. Submissions should include a description of how reviews can apply the statement or guidelines.
- Resources and tools shared should not be consumer-facing but rather targeted at partners, providers, communities, and health systems.