Care Management for High-Risk Pregnancies (CMHRP), previously known as Pregnancy Care Management (PCM), is a statewide Medicaid care management program promoting healthy pregnancy and birth outcomes. The program consists of nurses and social workers who provide counseling, education and linkage to community resources for families. The program also provides services and support to women experiencing high risk factors during pregnancy and up to two months postpartum.
Care Management for High-Risk Pregnancies (CMHRP) provide services for women experiencing high risk pregnancies living in Cabarrus County and have Medicaid (uninsured via grants). Examples of high-risk pregnancy factors include: previous or current Gestational Diabetes, Type 1 or 2 Diabetes, Hypertension, multi gestational pregnancy (pregnant with twins, triplets, etc.), history of preterm birth or low birth weight, behavioral health concerns, homelessness, domestic violence and /or substance use.
Care Management for High-Risk Pregnancies (CMHRP) strives to decrease infant mortality rates, low birth weights and C-section births. This program works to promote healthy birth outcomes for pregnant women (uninsured or covered by Medicaid) by increasing access to prenatal care for high risk pregnancies, and providing community resources and support to reduce toxic stressors.