Implementing Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP) Meets HHS Criteria

Implementation last updated: 2019

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Where to find out more

Maternal and Infant Health Program
Division of Maternal and Infant Health
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Phone: (833)-MI4-MIHP

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Recommended further reading

The following references were sources for the implementation profile or were recommended by the model developer for further reading.

Maternal Infant Health Program. (n.d.). MIHP infant forms. Retrieved March 4, 2019, from,5421,7-311-66378_66386_91961_91965-330440--,00.html.

Maternal Infant Health Program. (n.d.). MIHP maternal forms. Retrieved March 4, 2019, from,5421,7-311-66378_66386_91961_91966-330411--,00.html.

Maternal Infant Health Program. (February 2019). MIHP operations guide. Retrieved March 4, 2019, from

Maternal Infant Health Program. (n.d.). MIHP provider training. Retrieved March 4, 2019, from,5421,7-311-66378_66386_66388---,00.html.

Maternal Infant Health Program. (n.d.). Prospective providers. Retrieved March 4, 2019, from,5421,7-311-66378_66385---,00.html.

Maternal Infant Health Program. (n.d.). Welcome to the Maternal Infant Health Program. Retrieved March 4, 2019, from

Peters, C., McKane, P., Meghea, C., & Michigan Department of Community Health. (2015). Return on investment: Cost savings to Medicaid from Maternal Infant Health Program due to reduction in preterm birth rate. ROI Fact Sheet Series (1)1. Retrieved March 1, 2019, from

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