Are your organization’s maternity care costs too high? How are the outcomes for mothers and babies in your population?
CPR’s tools help employers work with their health plans to implement strategies centered on prenatal care, labor and delivery, and postpartum/newborn care that create incentives for providers to adhere to evidence-based practices that improve outcomes for mothers and babies and help contain unnecessary costs.
Maternity care is a high spend area for employers and other health care purchasers, in large part because of the high rate of cesarean sections and early elective deliveries. Learn about strategies that can attempt to curb the costs of maternity care and improve outcomes.
This webinar features Carol Sakala, PhD, MSPH, of the National Partnership for Women & Families. She discusses how maternity care alternatives, such as midwife care, birth centers, home-based visits and doula support can be high-value options for purchasers and lead to better birthing experiences for mothers.
This webinar features Dr. Malini Nijagal, MD, MPH, of University of California San Francisco, and Sara Rothstein, MSc, Director of the 32BJ Health Fund. They discuss how payment reform and benefit design, when applied through a data-driven approach, can help employers move the needle in maternity care.
This webinar features Cathie Markow from the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative (CMQCC), discussing the national maternal mortality and morbidity crisis, racial inequities in maternal outcomes, and the steps California has taken to reduce its rate of maternal deaths in recent years.
Read CPR’s case study on South Carolina, the first state in the nation to have its Medicaid program partner with the largest local commercial insurer to adopt an non-payment policy and the success they experienced as a result.Download