The inventory includes a summary tab as well as a detailed tab that provides additional information about each policy/initiative and allows users to filter to the categories or subcategories of […]
This legislation tracker provides a summary of 27 federal bills introduced in the 116th Congress (2019-2020) to improve maternal health. The latest update to the tracker was July 16, 2020.
Website with State comparison table and policy data, including coverage and benefits, care delivery transformation, and data and oversight.
Research shows that specific care models make a demonstrable difference in better care, experiences, and birth outcomes. We must take steps to make these widely available. We have identified three […]
During this webinar, HMA experts described the different modalities of telehealth and laid out the policy and reimbursement implications for the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Speakers detailed changes to HIPAA […]
This blog and slide deck reflects a virtual roundtable discussion of state officials to discuss maternal health initiatives in Illinois and Georgia and explore strategies to improve maternal health outcomes […]
The inequities laid bare by COVID-19 underscore the importance of states’ efforts to develop policies and interventions to address all health disparities. Systemic racism, a driver of these inequities, also […]
Telehealth is increasingly used across a range of health care specialties of interest to March of Dimes, including obstetrics, maternal-fetal medicine, and mental health. As usage and the evidence base […]
Objectives Define telehealth and telehealth modalities Summarize WPSI recommendations Leveraging telehealth to deliver WPSI recommendations
The Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP) joined with the National Partnership for Women and Families and Every Mother Counts to develop a tracker of Maternal Health Bills recently introduced […]
This brief from the Center for Reproductive Rights provides guidance for government officials and health care decision makers to ensure that pregnant people have access to high quality, respectful maternal […]
The Kaiser Family Foundation aggregates tracking information on approved Medicaid emergency authorities to address the COVID-19 Coronavirus emergency.
The website has a variety of learning resources as well as videos, modules on multiple topics – self-directed, semi-structured learning, etc.
Extending Medicaid coverage to postpartum women beyond 60 days is emerging as a key state strategy to address the maternal mortality crisis. This interactive map and chart summarize proposed and […]
To help advance collective advocacy efforts to extend Medicaid and CHIP coverage for a minimum of 12 months postpartum, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the Association of Maternal […]
This report reflects the Institute for Medicaid Innovation’s national project to answer critical questions that are needed to advance maternal health, specific to the midwifery-led model of care, for the […]
This report from the National Academy for State Health Policy highlights how four state programs support doula services to women covered by Medicaid.