Panelists from the 10 CMC CoIIN state teams reflect on their learnings from their quality improvement projects in an interactive panel conversation.
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 graphic recording shows Team Kentucky’s accomplishments and challenges.
At Team Kentucky’s Family Panel Discussion, parents shared how the COVID-19 pandemic had affected them, the types of financial assistance they had applied for, and their biggest concerns. This graphic recording summarizes the conversation.
This poster presents changes Team Kentucky made to telemedicine services during the pandemic, their learnings about using telehealth, and strategies for addressing barriers. Originally presented at the AMCHP 2021 Conference.
Team Kentucky’s shared plan of care for VCTC sessions.
This form is used to summarize questions addressed during the VCTC session and record planned follow-up and goals discussed.
This brochure describes the physician’s role in VCTC meetings and the benefits of VCTC.
This brochure describes the VCTC process for families and outlines what will happen during shared care planning.
This document contains summaries of each state’s aims, goals, project plan, target populations, recruitment plan, and elevator speech.