Our multidisciplinary collaborative consists of federal, state, and local leaders working together to tackle the problem of improving care delivery and payment models for CMC and their families.
Ten interdisciplinary state teams, composed of Title V Maternal and Child Health Program and Medicaid leaders, family leaders, providers, and other stakeholders, each led distinct four-year quality improvement projects aimed at health care delivery. These state teams worked within the CoIIN to develop, implement, and test new and innovative care delivery strategies and/or payment models for CMC.
State teams continuously share data to learn from each other’s quality improvement efforts. Over the course of project implementation, they received guidance from our staff and a National Advisory Committee of experts in an array of relevant fields. Technical assistance, training, and coaching was provided by nationally respected collaborative partners. Presently, state team work centers on dissemination, spread, and sustainability of their projects.