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Title V Information System Glossary
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Program Data

Title V seeks to improve the health of all mothers and children (including children with special health care needs [CSHCN]) by assessing needs, setting priorities, and providing programs and services. Select one of the following options for more information on State Title V programs.

Reports that have charts/maps are identified with this icon: This Report Has Maps/Charts

Individuals Served

This Report Has Maps/Charts Number of Individuals Served by Title V, by Class of Individuals
Pregnant women, infants, children, CSHCN, and others served by Title V.

This Report Has Maps/Charts Percentage of Individuals Served by Title V, by Source of Coverage
Source of health coverage, including Title XIX, Title XXI, private and other, and no coverage.

This Report Has Maps/Charts Deliveries Served under Title V and Deliveries Eligible for Title XIX, by State

This Report Has Maps/Charts Infants Served under Title V and Infants Eligible for Title XIX, by State

This Report Has Maps/Charts Deliveries and Infants Served by Title V and Deliveries and Infants Eligible for Title XIX, by Race
Multiple-data table options are available.

This Report Has Maps/Charts Deliveries and Infants Served by Title V and Deliveries and Infants Eligible for Title XIX, by Hispanic Ethnicity
Multiple-data table options are available.

Characteristics Documenting Family Participation in CSHCN Programs

Health Screening

Screenings and Treatment Information for Infants, Women, and Children
Multiple-data table options are available.

Standard Screening Tests Performed by States
List of all screening tests reported by States.

Medicaid/Non Medicaid Comparison

Comparison of Medicaid, non-Medicaid, and all MCH populations for the following four indicators:

This Report Has Maps/Charts Percent of low birth weight (<2,500 grams)

This Report Has Maps/Charts Infants death per 1,000 live births

This Report Has Maps/Charts Percent of pregnant women entering care in the first trimester

This Report Has Maps/Charts Percent of pregnant women with adequate prenatal care (observed to expected prenatal visits is greater than of equal to 80 % [Kotelchuck Index]

Medicaid and CHIP Eligibility

Percent of poverty level for eligibility for a State's Medicaid and SCHIP programs for the following populations:

Infants (0 to 1)
Medicaid Children
Pregnant Women

State MCH Toll-Free Hotline Utilization

All State MCH Toll-Free Hotline Calls
Number of calls received on all MCH-related hotlines reported by the State.

Data from Form 13, 14, and 15
View data across all 59 States and Jurisdictions across these forms

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