This report on the Michigan Partners for Children program is a helpful cost effectiveness resource, referenced in Steve Fitton’s paper, A Perspective on Cost Effectiveness in Pediatric Comprehensive Complex Care Service Models.
This data brief from Community Care of North Carolina is a helpful cost effectiveness resource, referenced in Steve Fitton’s paper, A Perspective on Cost Effectiveness in Pediatric Comprehensive Complex Care Service Models.
The poster discusses a unique intervention between a primary care medical home and inpatient hospitalist team to utilize telemedicine to coordinate care for CMC. This collaboration resulted in reduced readmission rates, though no change in length of stay. This poster was presented at the 2019 AMCHP Conference.
This letter welcomes families to the Birth to One program and describes what to expect after enrolling.
This document describes the Birth to One program for families and defines each term used in the Birth to One Roadmap.
These slides provide an overview of Team Washington’s Birth to One program for infants with special health care needs. Common barriers for caregivers and system improvement opportunities for each component of the program are identified.
This slide presentation describes characteristics and standards for care coordination, care coordination models, and Minnesota’s approach to care coordination.
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 presentation describes a unique relationship between the Children’s Comprehensive Care medical home and Dell Children’s Medical Center inpatient team to care for CMC. Originally presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting.
This slide deck describes the unique delegation arrangement that Children’s Comprehensive Care shares with BCBS STAR Kids (Managed Care Organization) to deliver service assessment and service coordination by the RN case manager at the medical home. The delegation funds non-billable case management services and integrates the assessment and service coordination within the medical home. Originally presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting.