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MyMaternityHealth FAQs

What is the maternity bundle?

MyMaternityHealth provides a concierge clinical and service experience for expectant mothers. The program is an innovative approach that coordinates and “bundles” all the services an expectant mother will receive as a part of their pregnancy.

What does the maternity bundle cost?

Please visit your employer’s benefits website or speak with a patient navigator to confirm.

Who is eligible?

Please visit your employer’s benefits website or speak with a patient navigator to confirm.

Do I qualify if I am already pregnant or receiving prenatal care?

Please visit your employer’s benefits website or speak with a patient navigator to confirm.

Do I need to enroll?

Yes. Eligible employees must enroll prior to the first prenatal care visit with a Vanderbilt Health maternity care provider to qualify. Click here to schedule a time to speak with a patient navigator.

How will this new program benefit expectant parents?

This program provides maternity patients with a high-touch care experience through an assigned Vanderbilt Health patient navigator, facilitated access to Vanderbilt Health providers, and an enhanced focus on convenience and communication with lower out-of-pocket costs, and in many cases, no fees at all.

What services are “bundled” in MyMaternityHealth?

The program is designed to provide coordinated maternity care for the entire length of the pregnancy from the initial prenatal care visit through the delivery and 12 weeks after birth. Services include:

  • Concierge service with a dedicated patient navigator
  • Your choice of Vanderbilt Health midwives and physicians
  • Continuity of primary provider throughout your prenatal care
  • Convenient telehealth services for qualified patients covering select pre and postnatal appointments as well as diabetic and genetic consults
  • Free educational classes, including childbirth and lactation
  • Newly redesigned and remodeled labor, delivery and triage facilities
  • On-demand room services during hospital stay
  • Enhanced postpartum care

What services are not covered by the bundle?

• Non-pregnancy care
• Contraception
• Prescriptions (Rx)
• Genetic testing
• Special newborn nursery
• NICU
• Breast pump

How long does the MyMaternityHealth bundle last?

Bundle coverage begins at the initial pregnancy visit through 12 weeks postpartum.

What happens if I still have postpartum appointments after my bundle ends?

Any postpartum appointments and/or services that occur after the bundle ends will be billed to your traditional health insurance.

Locations

Practices participating in the bundle program* include the following, all of which deliver at VUMC.

*Note: Only midwife practices at Vanderbilt Nurse-Midwives Melrose and West End Women’s Health Center participate in the bundle program. 

*Note: Patients can deliver at Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital and the Vanderbilt Birth Center beginning Jan. 1, 2022. Patients can start establishing care at the Vanderbilt Center for Women's Health in Lebanon. For delivery at Vanderbilt Birth Center, patients are subject to the clinic’s eligibility criteria. Eligible Vanderbilt Birth Center patients can transfer care after Oct. 1, 2021.

*Note: Vanderbilt Tullahoma Harton Hospital and Vanderbilt Bedford Hospital are not participating in bundles at this time. 

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How do I get started?

Prior to your first prenatal appointment, contact one of our patient navigators to get started. Your patient navigator will walk you through eligibility and enrollment, and help schedule your first appointment.

Whom do I contact for questions?

Our patient navigators are happy to answer your questions. Click here to schedule a time to speak with a patient navigator.

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