Florida Medicaid Maternal Child Health Status Indicators Historical Archive

The Florida Medicaid Maternal and Child Health Status Indicators (HSI) Report is an annual report produced for the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) by the Family Data Center (FDC) at the University of Florida.

The report provides descriptive statistics, including five-year trends whenever available, for 38 health indicators about pregnant women and their infants.

The current report (2011-2015) stratifies these statistics by Medicaid Status (Non-Medicaid and Medicaid); Subgroup (Temporarily Eligible within Non-Medicaid; SOBRA, Non-SOBRA, CMS High Risk OB, Medicaid SSI, Medicaid <8 days or No PNC [Prenatal Care]; Ineligible NonCitizen, Medically Needy within Medicaid); Race/Ethnicity (Caucasian, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, Other); Length of Coverage (High Exposure, Low Exposure); Medicaid Assignment Plan (Fee-for-Service [FFS], Managed Medical Assistance [MMA], and Pre-MMA); and HMO and MMA Plan Name.

The Family Data Center has developed the Florida Health Status Indicators Web Portal to allow users to more easily access all of the tables and charts and graphs available in the printed edition of the Florida Medicaid Maternal and Child Health Status Indicators Report.  “Indicators” cover both maternal and infant health status outcome indicators. “Deliveries” is the default Indicator.  Currently, only AHCA, Department of Health, and FDC staff members are authorized to access this web portal.

Annual PDF HSI Documents:

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