Rural Maternity and Obstetrics Management Strategies (RMOMS) Program
Describes a pilot grant program designed to improve
maternal and neonatal health in rural communities by
collecting data and supporting the development of
financially sustainable and coordinated network models.
Aims to make maternal and obstetrics care more accessible
through increased use of telehealth and specialty care.
Fact sheet provides information on the activities of 3
rural networks funded through the RMOMS program.
Federal Office of Rural Health Policy, Maternal and Child Health Bureau
Access · Care coordination · Funding · Healthcare networks · Integrated service delivery · Maternal health and prenatal care · Specialty care · Telehealth · Missouri · New Mexico · Texas