At the end of four years, state teams will have improved outcomes for children with medically complex conditions, identified replicable care delivery and payment reforms, and developed methods to disseminate and spread them. Tools and resources will be available to share the learnings from the work of CoIIN so other providers and state programs can use them to inform their own efforts to improve care delivery and payment reform for CMC.
collaborative partner organizations supporting the state teams
transdisciplinary state teams composed of Title V and Medicaid staff, families of children with medical complexity, youth living with medical complexity, primary care pediatricians, pediatric specialists, hospitals, community-based organizations and others
children with medical complexity directly impacted by the project