Louisiana Pregnancy-Associated Mortality Review (LA-PAMR) is a program of the Louisiana Department of Health, Office of Public Health, Bureau of Family Health. Louisiana Pregnancy-Associated Mortality Review (LA-PAMR) launched its enhanced multidisciplinary review process in 2018, in full alignment with national best practices promoted by the CDC. In 2019, Louisiana was one of 25 states to receive funding under the CDC’s Enhancing Reviews and Surveillance to End Maternal Mortality (ERASE MM) Program. The PAMR committee was expanded to ensure representation from a variety of geographic regions and fields of expertise –including expertise in addressing social determinants of health –and increased inclusion of women and people of color. LA-PAMR conducts a comprehensive mortality review of all deaths of Louisiana residents who die while pregnant or within one year of the end of pregnancy. The goals are LA-PAMR are 1) to understand the causes of pregnancy-associated mortality in LA to inform new and existing efforts to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality, and 2) to develop actionable recommendations at level of individuals, families, providers, birth facilities, health systems, and communities. This includes recommendations related to policy, clinical quality improvement, social supports, health systems, and public health research and communication.