Doula Provider Information

Policy and Guidance 

On 2/7/22, Maryland will publish regulations for doula/birth workers. These regulations detail the qualifications and scope of services that doulas/birth workers are held to. 

For more information about Maryland Medicaid's program, see the Doula Program​​ 

Provider Enrollment Resources

All doula/birth worker providers must be enrolled with Maryland Medicaid’s electronic Provider Revalidation and Enrollment Portal (ePREP).  ePREP is the one-stop shop for provider enrollment, re-enrollment, revalidation, information updates and demographic changes.  Click here to enroll in ePREP as a Doula Provider with Medicaid (after 1/1/2021).

There will be two ePREP trainings for doula providers in January, one for group doula practices, and one for individual providers. More information will be posted closer to the events. They will be recorded and posted here. 

  • January 25th, 2022, 12:30-2:00pm for Group Doula Practices

    • Meeting ID:

    • Join by phone:  (US) +1 904-701-7195‬ PIN: ‪956 929 226‬#

  • January 26th, 2022, 3:00-4:30pm for Individually Practicing Doulas

    • Meeting ID:

    • Join by phone:  (US) +1 904-701-7195‬ PIN: ‪956 929 226‬# 

Once enrolled in ePREP, Providers use eMedicaid to submit claims for reimbursement. More information and billing tutorials can be found on the eMedicaid website 

Contact information

For questions about Maryland Medicaid’s Doula program, email ​​