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OB-GYN provider documents

Humana Healthy Horizons in Florida HumanaBeginnings Provider Orientation Training, PDF

Humana Healthy Horizons in Florida Family-Planning Services Provider Overview, PDF

Humana Healthy Horizons in Florida HumanaBeginnings Program Provider Reference Guide, PDF

Breast Pump Coverage Information, PDF

OB-GYN provider forms

Notification of Pregnancy Form, PDF

Florida Telephonic Medicaid Case Management Referral Form – Adult and Pediatric, PDF

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention HEAR HER campaign

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) launched recently an initiative called HEAR HER, which includes information, stories, and resources for providers with pregnant patients in their panel. Learn how preventing maternal deaths and complications starts with listening.

CDC HEAR HER campaign, PDF

Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative (FPQC)

The FPQC was established in 2010 to improve Florida’s maternal and infant health outcomes through the delivery of high-quality, evidence-based perinatal care. As a participating provider, Humana Healthy Horizons in Florida encourages our network of health professionals and hospitals to participate in the various statewide initiatives to improve maternal and infant outcomes.

Initiatives include:

Maternal Opioid Recovery Effort (MORE)
According to the Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative, overdoses are the leading cause of pregnancy-associated death in Florida. The purpose of MORE is to improve identification of, and clinical care and coordinated treatment/support for, pregnant women with opioid use disorder and their infants.

Important resources for OB providers, PDF

Information about Narcan/Naloxone, PDF

Talking to your patients about risks of drinking and drug use during pregnancy, PDF

Talking to your patients about addiction(s), PDF

Learn more about the MORE initiative

Promoting Primary Vaginal Deliveries (PROVIDE)

The PROVIDE Initiative aims to improve maternal and newborn outcomes by applying evidence-based interventions to promote primary vaginal deliveries and reduce NTSV cesareans.

Learn more about the PROVIDE initiative

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) Initiative

The NAS Initiative develops and promotes standardized approaches to address variability in NAS management and decrease neonatal length of hospital stay due to NAS.

Learn more about the Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Initiative