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Title: Role of Care Coordinator with Smoking Cessation


1
Role of Care Coordinator with Smoking Cessation
2
Initial Encounter
  • Ask if the recipient is a smoker.
  • Encourage smoking cessation.
  • Discuss the effects of smoking on the infant to
    include increased risk of prematurity, low birth
    weight, infant mortality, and a sicker infant.

3
Initial Encounter
  • Use the most effective evidence-based method
    suitable to your area to assist moms to stop
    smoking.
  • Encourage the use of the Alabama Department of
    Public Health Quitline for counseling and ask her
    to discuss with her doctor the possibility of
    obtaining a prescription to help her stop
    smoking.

4
QUIT SMOKING
5
Subsequent Encounter
  • Review smoking cessation with women who smoke.
  • Utilize the most appropriate evidence based
    methods.
  • Encourage to cut down and quit.
  • Explain harmful effects to the fetus.
  • If she states that she has quit or cut down on
    the number of cigarettes that she smokes, praise
    her efforts.

6
Products for Smoking Cessation Covered for
Maternity Recipients
  • Coverage of Smoking Cessation Products
  • Effective February 1, 2010, smoking cessation
    products for pregnant females will be
  • covered as a component of the Maternity Care
    Program.
  • 1. Prior authorization through the Pharmacy
    Administrative Services contractor, Health
  • Information Designs, will be required.
  • 2. The recipient must be enrolled and receiving
    counseling services through the
  • Alabama Department of Public Health
    Quitline (1-800-784-8669).
  • 3. Approval will be granted for up to three
    months at a time. Subsequent approvals are
  • contingent upon the recipients
    continued participation in counseling services
  • through the ADPH Quitline which must be
    certified by the prescribing provider or
  • Maternity Care Coordinator as a
    component of the prior authorization request.
  • 4. Only one course of therapy will be approved
    per pregnancy.
  • Providers with questions regarding
    prior authorization for smoking cessation
  • products may contact Health
    Information Designs at 1-800-748-0130.

7
Prior Authorization
  • Pharmacy Prior Authorization Form 470 must be
    completed and submitted to HID
  • The Physician providing the prenatal care must
    attest to the fact that the recipient is meeting
    the requirements which includes participation
    with counseling through the Quitline.
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Title: Role of Care Coordinator with Smoking Cessation


1
Role of Care Coordinator with Smoking Cessation
2
Initial Encounter
  • Ask if the recipient is a smoker.
  • Encourage smoking cessation.
  • Discuss the effects of smoking on the infant to
    include increased risk of prematurity, low birth
    weight, infant mortality, and a sicker infant.

3
Initial Encounter
  • Use the most effective evidence-based method
    suitable to your area to assist moms to stop
    smoking.
  • Encourage the use of the Alabama Department of
    Public Health Quitline for counseling and ask her
    to discuss with her doctor the possibility of
    obtaining a prescription to help her stop
    smoking.

4
QUIT SMOKING
5
Subsequent Encounter
  • Review smoking cessation with women who smoke.
  • Utilize the most appropriate evidence based
    methods.
  • Encourage to cut down and quit.
  • Explain harmful effects to the fetus.
  • If she states that she has quit or cut down on
    the number of cigarettes that she smokes, praise
    her efforts.

6
Products for Smoking Cessation Covered for
Maternity Recipients
  • Coverage of Smoking Cessation Products
  • Effective February 1, 2010, smoking cessation
    products for pregnant females will be
  • covered as a component of the Maternity Care
    Program.
  • 1. Prior authorization through the Pharmacy
    Administrative Services contractor, Health
  • Information Designs, will be required.
  • 2. The recipient must be enrolled and receiving
    counseling services through the
  • Alabama Department of Public Health
    Quitline (1-800-784-8669).
  • 3. Approval will be granted for up to three
    months at a time. Subsequent approvals are
  • contingent upon the recipients
    continued participation in counseling services
  • through the ADPH Quitline which must be
    certified by the prescribing provider or
  • Maternity Care Coordinator as a
    component of the prior authorization request.
  • 4. Only one course of therapy will be approved
    per pregnancy.
  • Providers with questions regarding
    prior authorization for smoking cessation
  • products may contact Health
    Information Designs at 1-800-748-0130.

7
Prior Authorization
  • Pharmacy Prior Authorization Form 470 must be
    completed and submitted to HID
  • The Physician providing the prenatal care must
    attest to the fact that the recipient is meeting
    the requirements which includes participation
    with counseling through the Quitline.
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