Partners in Pregnancy

The Partners in Pregnancy program aims to improve pregnancy outcomes for high-risk pregnancies through home visits by nurses and outreach workers, in combination with a medical home and regular nurse consultations. Studies suggest that the program has reduced neonatal intensive care unit use and overall costs, due to more patients receiving comprehensive prenatal care and adopting healthier behaviors.

AMCHP (Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs), 2008

Evidence Rating: II

Cost: N/A

Additional Info:


Case Management/Care Coordination

Perinatal Periods:


Resource types:

Model programs

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