Implementing MOM Program

Model implementation summary last updated: 2013

The information in this implementation report reflects feedback, if provided, from this model’s developer as of the above date. The description of the implementation of the model(s) here may differ from how the model(s) was implemented in the manuscripts reviewed to determine this model’s evidence of effectiveness. Inclusion in the implementation report does not mean the practices described meet the HHS criteria for evidence of effectiveness. Please see the Effectiveness button on the left for more information about any research on the effectiveness of the model, including any version(s) of the model with effectiveness research. Versions of the model that are described in the Adaptations and enhancements section of this implementation report may include (1) versions that were identified by the model’s developer and (2) versions that have been implemented by researchers and have manuscripts that HomVEE rated high or moderate, but that are not supported by the model’s developer.

Estimated costs of implementation

Average cost per family

The estimated cost for all services over the initial 33-month demonstration period—including phone calls, travel, and up to 11 home visits—ranged from $22 to $282 per participant, with an average total cost of $157 per participant. The estimated average annual cost was $57 per participant. This estimate was based on staff salaries and did not include administrative costs. Costs were estimated during the demonstration phase (2001 to 2004).

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Labor costs

The annual total cost for four home visitor salaries was $141,386 [2004 dollars].

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Purchase of model or operating license

No information is available about the costs of operating the program.

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Cost of materials and forms

The ASQ and another screening tool (the Denver Developmental Screening Test) cost approximately $1,000 [2005 dollars].

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Cost of training and technical assistance

No information is available about the costs of training and technical assistance.

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Infrastructure costs

No information is available about the costs of data systems used to support implementation.

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Recruitment and retention costs

No information is available about the costs of recruiting and retaining families.

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Implementation notes

The information contained on this page was last updated in July 2013. Recommended further reading lists the sources for this information. In addition, the information contained in this profile was reviewed for accuracy by Dr. Radcliffe of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Dr. Schwarz of the City of Philadelphia, in June 2013. HomVEE reserves the right to edit the profile for clarity and consistency.

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