Departments: LettersNational Partnership for Maternal Safety: Consensus Bundle on Venous ThromboembolismUrato, Adam C. MD; Abi-Jaoude, Elia MD, FRCPC; Abramson, John MD, MSc; Alter, Harrison MD, MS; Andrew, Louise B. MD, JD; Antonuccio, David PhD; Bero, Lisa PhD; Biron, Pierre MS, MD; Boylan, Laura S. MD, FAAN; Braillon, Alain MD, PhD; Brophy, James M. MD, PhD; Brownlee, Shannon MSc; Cassels, Alan MPA; Cook-Deegan, Robert MD; Cosgrove, Lisa PhD; De Fiore, Luca; Deyo, Richard A. MD, MPH; Elshaug, Adam MPH, PhD; Farquhar, Cindy FRANZCOG, MPH; Fatovich, Daniel M. MBBS, PhD; Fingerman, Eileen MD; Gérvas, Juan MD, PhD; Gøtzsche, Peter C. DrMedSci; Gracia, Rafael; Heath, Iona MB BChir; Himmelstein, David U. MD, FACP; Hoffman, Jerome R. MA, MD; Järvinen, Teppo MD, PhD; Jureidini, Jon MB, PhD; Kotaska, Andrew MD, FRCSC; Kuehlein, Thomas MD, PhD; Lenzer, Jeanne; Levenstein, Susan MD; Lexchin, Joel MD; Mintzes, Barbara PhD; Naudet, Florian MD, PhD; Niquette, Manon PhD; Orellana Navarrete, Lusy Paulyna MD; Pearson, Cynthia A.; Rail, Geneviève PhD; Roberts, Richard MD, JD; Shah, Naman MD, PhD; Sharav, Vera; Siwek, Jay MD; Topolski, Stefan MD; Tsai, Alexander C. MD, PhDAuthor Information MetroWest Medical Center, Framingham, Massachusetts Toronto, Ontario, Canada Boston, Massachusetts Oakland, California Victoria, BC, Canada University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno, Nevada The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia Université de Montréal, Montreal, Québec, Canada New York, New York University Hospital, Amiens, France McGill University Health Center, Montreal, Québec, Canada Lown Institute, Boston, Massachusetts University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada Arizona State University, Washington, DC University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, Massachusetts Associazione Alessandro Liberati NIC, Rome, Italy Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, Oregon Menzies Centre for Health Policy, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia Sidney, Maine National School of Public Health, Madrid, Spain Institute of Scientific Freedom, Copenhagen, Denmark Amurrio (Alava), Spain London, United Kingdom City University of New York at Hunter College, Harvard Medical School, New York, New York UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland Robinson Research Institute, University of Adelaide, South Australia Stanton Territorial Hospital, Yellowknife, Canada Universitätsklinikum Erlangen, Erlangen, Germany New York, New York Rome, Italy University Health Network, Toronto, Ontario, Canada School of Pharmacy, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia University of Rennes 1, Rennes, France Dép. d'information et de communication, Université Laval, Québec City, Québec, Canada Docente Universitaria, Ecuador National Women's Health Network, Washington DC Concordia University, Montreal, Québec, Canada University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin Contra Costa Regional Medical Center, Martinez, California Alliance for Human Research Protection, New York, New York American Family Physician, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC Caring in Community 501(c)3, Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts Financial Disclosure John Abramson disclosed that he previously received money paid to him by the Attorney General of Texas (re: Crestor litigation), Plaintiffs' attorneys regarding Avandia Litigation, and received money paid to him by Plaintiffs' attorneys re: Lipitor litigation. Lisa Bero disclosed that for work unrelated to this Letter, she has received funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council, World Health Organization and Cochrane Collaboration. Laura S. Boylan consults as expert witness in legal matters involving neurological issues. Robert Cook-Deegan is an unpaid Senior Fellow with FasterCures, and hold grants from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and National Cancer Institute. Richard A. Deyo disclosed receiving money paid to him by UpToDate for authoring topics on low back pain and received funds as a research consultant for Kaiser Washington. Adam Elshaug disclosed that he received funds from the Queensland and Victoria (Australian States) Government Departments of Health, the Australian Commonwealth Government Department of Health, and the NSW Bureau of Health Information. Dr. Elshaug receives salary support via The University of Sydney as the HCF Research Foundation Professorial Fellow, is a Ministerial appointee to the (Australian) Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) Review Taskforce, a Board Member of the NSW Bureau of Health Information (BHI) and is an advisor to Cancer Australia. He has received consulting fees from the Queensland and Victoria state government health departments and Private Healthcare Australia. Dr. Elshaug is a Visiting Fellow at The Brookings Institution (USA). Andrew Kotaska disclosed that he received funds from the University of British Columbia, University of Toronto, and Alberta Association of Midwives. Jeanne Lenzer disclosed that she received funds from The BMJ, Center for Evidence-Based Medicine, and the CLM Workers Compensation Conference. As a journalist, she is paid by multiple medical and lay media outlets. She does not take payments from pharmaceutical or device manufacturers or from insurance companies. Joel Lexchin disclosed that he received funds from Toronto Public Library and Canadian Institutes of Health Research He is part of teams receiving research grants from Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Australian National Health & Medical Research Council. Barbara Mintzes disclosed that she received funds as an expert witness on behalf of plaintiffs in a Canadian class action on cardiovascular risks of a testosterone gel in 2015–2016. She received payment from the legal team representing the plaintiffs, McKenzie Lake Lawyers LLP. This is not related to the current article submission. However, she mentions this because the defendant in this case was a pharmaceutical company, Abbvie. Richard Roberts disclosed that he received funds from: the California Health Benefits Review Program National Advisory Council (expenses with honorarium of less than $2000 per annum); the Family Medicine Advisory Board, Medical Protective (annual honorarium less than $5000); and Adventist Health as a consultant to assist in the launch of a rural Family Medicine residency in Ukiah, California. He was reimbursed for expenses and consultation fees of up to $40,000 per annum. He also disclosed the following: Strategic Advisory Group Greater Manchester Patient Safety Translational Research Centre University of Manchester, United Kingdom (expenses only) World Organization of Family Doctors practice accreditation surveyor (expenses and honorarium of up to $6,000 per annum) United States Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Washington, DC Consultant, Guide to Improving Safety in Primary Care Settings by Engaging Patients and Families (no expenses or honoraria paid) American Academy of Family Physicians, Parliamentarian (expenses only) Institute for Healthcare Improvement, faculty (no expenses or honorarium) National Patient Safety Foundation, board member (expenses only) iHeed Advisory Board (expenses only) Johns Hopkins Healthcare, ACG Systems Advisory Board (expenses only) The Kinetix Group, consultant (honoraria up to $5000 per annum). Jay Siwek disclosed that as an editor of American Family Physician, he receives income from the American Academy of Family Physicians, and as a faculty member of Georgetown University Medical Center, he receives payments from GU. The other authors did not report any potential conflicts of interest. Coauthors are indicating their concern about the undisclosed financial conflicts of the Partnership and are not necessarily indicating their position regarding the specific clinical recommendations of the Partnership. Obstetrics & Gynecology: November 2019 - Volume 134 - Issue 5 - p 1115-1117 doi: 10.1097/AOG.0000000000003540 Buy Metrics © 2019 by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Published by Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. All rights reserved.