Medi-Cal eligible women who receive CPSP services are provided care that goes beyond routine obstetric services and includes case coordination. A woman’s CPSP care involves:
Client Orientation: Orient the client to comprehensive obstetric services.
Initial Assessments: Determine the client’s strengths, risks and needs with four initial assessments—obstetric, nutrition, health education and psychosocial.
Individualized Care Plan (ICP): Develop an ICP in consultation with the client that builds on strengths to determine client-driven goals and interventions.
Trimester Reassessment: Reassess client needs in each trimester to identify changes or new developments since the last assessment.
Postpartum Assessment: Assess the mother and infant, addressing various issues that may arise, such as breastfeeding difficulties, postpartum depression, bonding challenges, and birth control and birth spacing. .