Urgent Maternal Mortality Message for Providers from Florida PAMR: Overdoses are now the leading cause of pregnancy-associated death in Florida. Obstetric providers, nurses and hospitals are the first health care contact for most mothers with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) and need to lead the effort to screen, assess, and refer these mothers for OUD treatment.
The rate of pregnant women diagnosed with opioid use disorder (OUD) during labor and delivery in the U.S. more than quadrupled from 1999 to 2014, according to a 2018 analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In Florida, the rate climbed from 0.5 per 1,000 delivery hospitalizations in 1999 to 6.6 in 2014.
This project’s purpose is to work with providers, hospitals, and other stakeholders to improve identification, clinical care and coordinated treatment/support for pregnant women with opioid use disorder and their infants.
Project Focus: Standardization related to:
Learn about our parallel infant health NAS Initiative.
Resources specific to MORE for Hospital Implementation:
Resources for our Maternal Opioid Recovery Effort and our Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome projects, including provider and staff education, screening tools, patient education, and more are available at:
Keep checking for new tools!
Slide sets and presentation recordings are available below. Please e-mail us if you would like these any of these slides for use in your own institution.
MORE 2.0 Data Introduction Webinar (May 2021)
MORE 2.0 Kick Off Presentations (May 2021)
MORE Mid-Project Meeting Presentations (Oct 2020)
MORE 1.0 WEBINARS:
Webinar with Dr. Mishka Terplan: Engaging Women With OUD in the COVID19 Crisis: Tools and Principles - June 2020
Webinar with Dr. Michael Marcotte: Partnering to Help Women with Opioid Use Disorder - June 2020
Overview of the MORE Initiative - February 2020
Data Collection for the MORE Initiative - December 2019
MORE Kick Off Presentations (Nov 2019)
2019 Chiles Lecture: Dr. Elizabeth Krans
The FPQC has worked with partners to create videos for staff education related to substance use disorder and neonatal abstinence syndrome.
These can be used in a variety of ways! Here are some ideas:
AdventHealth Daytona Beach
AdventHealth Winter Park
BayCare - Morton Plant Hospital
BayCare - St. Joseph's Women's Hospital
Bayfront Health Port Charlotte
Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital
Jackson North Medical Center
Lakeland Regional Health
Lee Health Cape Coral Hospital
Lee Health HealthPark Medical Center
Manatee Memorial Hospital
Memorial Regional Hospital
Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies
Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System
Tampa General Hospital
UF Health Jacksonville