Members in Action Case Study: Norton Maternal Opiate and Substance Treatment (MOST) Program

Norton Healthcare, Louisville, Ky.

Norton Healthcare serves the Louisville and Southern Indiana market. Its 373-bed Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital includes a maternal-fetal medicine program and Level III neonatal intensive care unit.

The health system launched the Norton Maternal Opiate and Substance Treatment (MOST) Program in 2015 to provide specially designed treatment to pregnant woman with substance use disorder (SUD). It destigmatizes SUD by integrating the MOST Program's patients into a regular OB practice.


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