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Fact Sheets and Issue Briefs  

2020
2019

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Outreach and Enrollment

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Parents Need Insurance Coverage Too

2018

2017

Ensuring Coverage for Reproductive Health Services during the Zika Virus Outbreak: the Critical Role of Medicaid 

Stemming the Zika Virus: The Importance of Access to Care for Women and Men of Reproductive Age

The Opioid Epidemic: Implications for MCH Populations

Promoting Workplace Breastfeeding Accommodations: Regulations, Best Practices, and the Critical Role of Title V Programs 

2016

Health Reform & Women's Health 

Health Reform & Breastfeeding  

Title V Program Approaches to Lower Non-Medically Indicated Deliveries before 39 Weeks Gestation

Opportunities to Optimize Access to Prenatal Care Through Health Transformation 

Health Reform & Adolescent Health  

Health Reform & Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs 

The Affordable Care Act & CYSHCN: Coverage & Benefits for Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Developmental Disabilities

Stories of the Newly Enrolled:  How New ACA Coverage Options are Impacting Women and Families Raising Children with Special Health Care Needs 

Health Reform & the Medical Home Model

Mental Health Parity for Medicaid & CHIP Populations  

Section 1332 of the Affordable Care Act: An Opportunity for Innovation in Maternal & Child Health

2015

AMCHP Comments on Essential Health Benefits

The Essentials: Opportunities for Title V Programs and the Essential Health Benefits  

Opportunities and Strategies for Improving Preconception Health through Health Reform  

The Affordable Care Act: Coordinating Toll-Free Information Services

Title V National Performance Measures and the Affordable Care Act 

Low-risk, Primary Cesarean Births in Medicaid: NAMD/AMCHP Issue Brief

2014

Connecting the Dots to Improve Birth Outcomes: Key Considerations and Recommendations from a National Meeting

State Title V Program Approaches to Improving Birth Outcomes Lowering Non-Medically Indicated Deliveries


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