THE BUNDLE

OBSTETRIC CARE FOR WOMEN WITH OPIOID USE DISORDER

THE PURPOSE OF THE NATIONAL COLLABORATIVE ON MATERNAL OUD

To optimize the care of mothers with opioid use disorder (OUD) and their infants during the prenatal and postpartum periods by providing screening and comprehensive care at the following levels:

  • State/Perinatal Quality Collaborative
  • Hospital (L&D, ED)
  • Outpatient settings (Clinics and offices)
  • Community

DESIRED OUTCOMES

  1. Increased adoption of universal screening for pregnant women
  2. Increased access to medical care and treatment for pregnant and postpartum women with OUD
  3. Increased number of pregnant and postpartum women with OUD who are in treatment
  4. Decreased number of pregnant and postpartum women who overdose
  5. Increased maternal participation in care of substance exposed newborns and a subsequent increase in babies discharged home with mothers
  6. Decreased length of stay for infants with NAS
  7. Increased use of non-pharmacological care for substance exposed newborns and a subsequent decrease in the need for opioid medication for babies

RESOURCES

A slide deck on NAS and maternal involvement in care of the infant. Click here.

A visual aid linking opioid collaborative goals to corresponding key drivers, interventions, resource links, and metrics. Click here.

A step-by-step guide to implementing the recommendations of the AIM Opioid bundle. Click here.

Metrics for the AIM Opioid bundle with notes and glossary. Click here.

A comparison chart showing the various tools used for screening for substance use disorders. Click here.

An example checklist for the clinical care of pregnant/postpartum women with OUD. Click here.

A slide deck on screening for opioid use disorder during pregnancy and postpartum. Click here.

Questions regarding partnerships and engagement outside of the hospital setting when implementing the AIM Opioid bundle. Click here.

Coming soon: links to patient education materials, plan of safe care, and more.

 
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