Nurse-Family Partnership
Nurse-Family Partnership

The Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) provides nurse home visitation services to first time, Medicaid eligible pregnant mothers. Prior research has associated a wide range of improved health and socioeconomic outcomes with NFP. The Sorenson Impact Center partnered with the Health Economics Core at the University of Utah to update previous return on investment analyses, conduct additional quantitative and qualitative analyses to demonstrate NFP’s effectiveness. The Sorenson Impact Center provides thought partnership and policy analyses and brief to make the case for investment in the program.


The Partner

National Service Office of Nurse-Family Partnership + Matheson Center for Health Care Studies, Health Economics Core (HEC), and Clinical and Translational Science Institute at the University of Utah

The Challenge

The Outcome

National and State Level ROI analyses on the impact of NFP for vulnerable children and families Completed 3 Policy Briefs: NFP: Child Maltreatment Prevention Strategy Nurse-Family Partnership Improves Economic Mobility The Impact of Nurse-Family Partnership on At-Risk Families and Children in South Carolina

The Impact

Data Analysis Policy Briefs Qualitative Research Return on Investment Thought Partnership