Montana Initiative for the Abatement of Mortality in Infants (MIAMI)
Home visiting in Montana is supported by the Maternal Child Health Coordination Section of the Family Community Health Bureau, which provides financial support and technical assistance. The PHHV sites provide home visiting services to high-risk pregnant women and infants up to one year of age. The objectives for the program are consistent with Montana Code Annotated.
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- Data Dictionary
- Administer the following required, standardized screening/assessment tools at the following minimum schedule.
- Administer the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) Violence Against Women Screening Tool at admission of the pregnant client and infant and repeat as indicated.
- Administer the 5 P’s Substance Abuse Screening Tool at admission of the pregnant client and repeat as indicated.
- Administer the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) at admission of the pregnant client and repeat postpartum (through the end of the month of the 60th day after pregnancy ends) and/or at admission of the infant.
- Administer the Ages and Stages Developmental Questionnaire(ASQ) by 8 months of age to the infant.
- Administer the Ages and Stages Questionnaire: Social Emotional (ASQ: SE) by 10 months of age to the infant.
Reports, Deliverables and Due Dates
- High Risk Pregnant Woman (HRPW) data and High Risk Infant (HRI) data should be submitted electronically via mt.gov ePass Montana to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org annually by the 15th of August for the prior State Fiscal Year.
Public Health Home Visiting data collected at intake and outcome should be standardized and focused on data measuring intended outcomes. To meet the data requirements, each participating site purchases software from CHC Software, Inc. User’s Manual
For technical support e-mail email@example.com or telephone (440) 963-7175.
A set of required Data Elements are to be reported. One subset focuses on the high-risk pregnant woman and the other subset is to be used for the infant of a high-risk client or an infant with special health care needs.
Montana Public Health Home Visiting Program Sites-July 2012
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