Panelists from the 10 CMC CoIIN state teams reflect on their learnings from their quality improvement projects in an interactive panel conversation.
This document contains question prompts for care coordinators to ask during the intake visit. These questions help the care team to get a good picture of the child and their family, along with their strengths and needs.
This form prompts families to think about concerns, priorities, and unmet needs for their child before their care coordination intake visit.
This graphic recording shows Team Indiana’s experience with care coordination and integration.
This graphic recording summarizes Team Indiana’s accomplishments and lessons learned.
A comprehensive, functional, living shared plan of care for children with medical complexity.
This needs assessment is designed to assist care coordinators in rating their current knowledge and identifying areas of need that they would like to target in training over the next six months. The areas of need were primarily developed from this article: Schor E. An Almost Complete List of Services Used by Families and Children with Special Health Care Needs, Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, April 2019.
This document contains summaries of each state’s aims, goals, project plan, target populations, recruitment plan, and elevator speech.
This document provides one-page summaries of each State Team’s project within the CoIIN.