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The State of Ohio is working with various healthcare leaders, stakeholders, and medical professionals to identify promising treatment practices, including Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), for opioid dependent pregnant mothers eligible for or enrolled in Medicaid during and after pregnancy.

The goal of the Maternal Opiate Medical Supports (MOMS 1.0) collaborative, was to improve maternal and fetal health outcomes, improve family stability, and reduce costs of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) to Ohio's Medicaid program by providing treatment to pregnant mothers with opiate issues during and after pregnancy through a Maternity Care Home (MCH) model of care. The MCH model is a team based healthcare delivery model that emphasizes care coordination and wrap-around services engaging expecting mothers in a combination of counseling, MAT, and case management. 


The Maternal Opiate Medical Supports (MOMS) Quality Improvement Collaborative would like to acknowledge organizations that contributed the development of this tool kit.

Ohio Department of Medicaid

Ohio Department of Health

Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services

Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services

Office of Health Transformation

Ohio State University

Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Northeast Ohio Medical University

Johns Hopkins University

Thomas Jefferson University

Premier Health Specialists

Meridian Community Care BH

The Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center

The Ohio State University Medical Center

Health Services Advisory Group

University of Cincinnati

Ohio Perinatal Quality Collaborative

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