The BPHIT project is a part of the NYS Medicaid Redesign Team (MRT) initiative focused on the States perinatal population.

Use of the PeerPlace Networks web based health information technology system:

1. Enables early identification of pregnant/postpartum women who may be at high risk for poor perinatal outcomes due to medical or social factors
2. Facilitates efficient referrals through use of simple eligibility screenings, risk assessments and identification of appropriate resources
3. Expedites timely access to care to help mitigate identified risks and improve health outcomes for mom and baby
4. Improves care coordination, service quality and delivery between clinical and social health/human services providers

The system offers:

1. A web-based, HIPAA compliant software solution to facilitate continuity of care across health and human service providers
2. A standardized perinatal risk assessment form (PRF) that allows for immediate access to important client information
3. Access to a growing network of community based human and health service providers
4. A referral tracking pathway for service providers not participating in the Provider Network
5. An optional enhanced case management module that works in conjunction with the screening and referral features

A web based Public Portal is available for use by community providers and individuals to request services from the Provider Network.

Network Partners include:

2. Caribbean Women’s Health Association
3. Christopher Rose Community Empowerment Campaign
4. Diaspora Community Services
5. Fort Greene Strategic Neighborhood Action Partnership
6. Wyckoff Heights Medical Center

We welcome new opportunities for partnership!
To request a demo, learn more about joining the BPHIT Network and accessing the Perinatal Screening Public Portal please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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