Maryland Maternal Health Innovation Program

MDMOM, the Maryland Maternal Health Innovation Program, is a five-year program, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration, to improve maternal health across the state. MDMOM will coordinate innovation in the areas of data, resource availability, and hospital and community care. MDMOM is a collaboration between Johns Hopkins University, Maryland Department of Health, Maryland Patient Safety Center and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Statewide Task Force
Statewide Task Force

The Maryland Maternal Health Task Force was convened by the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) to address the needs of pregnant and postpartum women in Maryland.

Data and Learning Center
Data and Learning Center

MDMOM will develop a data dashboard to enhance availability and usability of maternal health data for families, providers, and decision makers.

Training Innovation & Quality Improvement
Training Innovation & Quality Improvement

MDMOM will coordinate trainings for providers on the latest advances in maternal healthcare and support implementation of nationally-endorsed maternal patient safety bundles.

Resources
Resources

MDMOM will direct various stakeholders to maternal health resources and will partner with home visiting programs to deliver pre- and post-birth education to pregnant and postpartum women.

Policy
Policy

MDMOM will address disparities in maternal health by advocating for practice and policy changes that foster a culture of compassionate maternity care.

Telemedicine
Telemedicine

MDMOM will improve access to specialty care for high-risk women through telemedicine partnerships.