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From the TMC blog: Multi-state collaborative works to improve pre- and inter-conception health

A recent Issue Brief from the Commonwealth Fund highlights a multi-state collaboration to improve pre- and inter-conception health for women insured by Medicaid.

A recent Issue Brief from the Commonwealth Fund highlights a multi-state collaboration to improve pre- and inter-conception health for women insured by Medicaid. The Louisiana Birth Outcomes Initiative, a cross-departmental, public–private effort to improve the outcomes of Louisiana’s births, was one of the participating state programs. This state-wide initiative used the same multi-stakeholder process employed by Childbirth Connection to develop the Blueprint for Action.

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Filed in Blog, New Reports and Resources, Quality Collaboratives on Tue., Aug 28, 2012

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From the Field: Louisiana Birth Outcomes Project

The Louisiana Birth Outcomes Project is a state-wide effort coordinated by the Department of Health and Hospitals. This multi-stakeholder initiative drew inspiration from the Transforming Maternity Care project and charged several interdisciplinary task forces with constituencies modeled after the five TMC stakeholder workgroups to determine critical steps for progress in four major areas: quality and safety, interconception care, behavioral health, and performance measurement.

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Filed in Blueprint, Care coordination, Childbirth Connection, Clinical controversies, Clinical practice guideline/policy change, Community education/outreach, Disparities, Health information technology, Health information technology, Payment reform, Payment/reimbursement change, Performance measurement, Performance measurement/reporting, Scope of covered services, Staffing/care coordination change, Stories from the Field on Fri., Apr 22, 2011

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