The infographics share the experiences of families in the CMC CoIIN focus groups related to the impact of COVID-19 on their child and family and the benefits and challenges of telehealth.
The Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network to Advance Care for Children with Medical Complexity (CMC CoIIN) had the unique opportunity to study the experiences of health care providers and families of CMC in 2020 as care delivery quickly transitioned to telehealth. Now, as in-person services have returned, reflecting on what we have learned can help shape the future of telehealth for CMC.
This package includes:
- A telehealth learnings infographic on strategies for success, family perspectives, and centering equity.
- A short podcast interview with the Kentucky CMC CoIIN Team about their experience expanding telehealth during the COVID-19 shut down and the benefits of telehealth for children and families they serve.
- Podcast Producer/Host: Candace Jarzombek, Graduate Research Fellow
- Donna Croslin, Nurse Administrator
- Davenna Bales, Nurse Administrator
- Sondra Gilbert, Director, Family 2 Family Information Center & Parent Consultant
This infographic highlights the work that the Boston University leadership team and each of the 10 state teams have completed since the start of the project in 2017.
The Catalyst Center curated a collection of COVID-19 resources from numerous reputable organizations on a variety of financing and coverage related topics. This resource library previously was available as a unique page on the Catalyst Center website. In April 2022, the Catalyst Center decided to archive these resources and highlight information related to the end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, available here. The resources in this archive document were last reviewed on April 26, 2022.
Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, state Medicaid programs are eligible to receive an additional 6.2 percent federal funding match provided they meet certain Maintenance of Effort (MOE) requirements. One of these requirements includes providing continuous eligibility to enrollees through the end of the month in which the Public Health Emergency (PHE) ends. After the PHE expires, states will need to redetermine the eligibility of over 80 million Medicaid enrollees, including an estimated 37.3 million children.
This Catalyst Center explainer describes how the end of the MOE requirement under the PHE could impact children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN), and outlines specific actions state Title V programs can take to help ensure continuous coverage for CYSHCN.
These slides, from a presentation at the 2021 Family Voices Leadership Conference, gives an overview of Project ECHO, describes the design of the CMC and COVID-19 ECHO, and discusses key outcomes and takeaways from this ECHO program.
This presentation, presented at the November 11, 2020 CYSHCNet Steering Committee meeting, covers concerns and early learnings around CMC returning to school in addition to resources on this topic.