Maternal Infant Health Program
 

 

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Special Preventative Services to Keep Infants Healthy   
The Maternal and Infant Health Program is specialized preventive services provided to pregnant women, mothers, and their infants to help reduce infant deaths and illnesses. 


For additional pertinent coverage parameters, such as documentation and billing indicators, refer to the Medicaid Code and Rate Reference tool, which is accessible via the External Links menu within CHAMPS. Medicaid Code and Rate Reference is an online code inquiry system that provides real-time information for the following:

  • Age restrictions,
  • Diagnoses allowable for Ambulance,
  • Documentation requirements,
  • Frequency limitations,
  • Hospital discharge – Bypass PA
  • NDC information,
  • Prior authorizations and medical conditions that may bypass these requirements,
  • Rate information,
  • Required modifiers,
  • Supplies/DME – per diem, and
  • Tooth number and surface requirements.

To request or view upcoming training sessions please refer to Michigan Department of Health and Human Services website at www.michigan.gov/medicaidproviders >> Communications and Training >> Medicaid Provider Training Sessions.

Any questions should be directed to Provider Inquiry, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, phone toll-free 1-800-292-2550 or email at providersupport@michigan.gov.