Type of Program: Local
Fatality Review Specialist
Office of the Medical Examiner
401 E. Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
The typical FIMR operates as a two tiered system, with a Community Review Team (CRT) and a separate Community Action Team (CAT). The CAT is often charged with taking the recommendations of the CRT and putting them into action. Does your FIMR use a two tiered system with a functioning CAT?
Is there coordination with other death review programs?
No-Child Death Review/Child Fatality Review
No-Maternal Mortality Review
No-Domestic Violence Fatality Review
No-Specialized review system for CPS
No-Citizen Review Panel
No-Suicide Review Panel
No-Homicide Review Panel
No-Other SIDS review
What is the catchment area for your FIMR program?
Reviews residents of a city
What is the average number of cases reviewed by your FIMR team annually?
0 #Stillbirths/Fetal Deaths
70 #Infant Deaths
Do the cases reviewed include a Maternal Interview?
Is an Annual Report produced?