Pregnancy Care Management is a free and voluntary program available to pregnant women who qualify for Medicaid. Care managers and prenatal care providers work together to help women achieve a healthy pregnancy.
Pregnant women, eligible for Medicaid, that meet certain conditions may qualify for services. Examples of conditions include having had a preterm baby, a chronic illness such as diabetes, or other concerns, such as wanting help to quit smoking.
Type of Help
Pregnancy Care Managers can help pregnant women by:
Reviewing plan of care for a healthy pregnancy
Helping patients overcome barriers to following recommended medical care
Helping with services such as medical care, transportation, food, or stable housing
Providing assistance in managing any medications
Making follow-up appointments, including postpartum clinic visits