State Legislation

State Legislative Action: A Bill to Reduce Early Births, Costs in Minnesota

This legislation would alter the organization of and payment for maternity services by: creating a mechanism to deny Medicaid payment for elective deliveries before 39 weeks, bundling payment for the full episode of maternity care for low-risk women, enabling access to midwives and birth centers providing high-quality, high-value care, and developing standards and a certification process for “pregnancy care homes”

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Filed in Care coordination, Clinical controversies, New care delivery model, Payment reform, Payment/reimbursement change, Scope of covered services, Staffing/care coordination change, State Legislation, Workforce on Tue., Apr 26, 2011

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