Panelists from the 10 CMC CoIIN state teams reflect on their learnings from their quality improvement projects in an interactive panel conversation.
Combined questions from PICS and FECC to create a PRO that measures care integration.
This slide deck describes a very successful Team Minnesota care delivery initiative, to quantify care coordination need after the initial complex care clinic visit. It was originally presented at the American Case Management Association 2022 National Conference.
This slide deck covers Team Minnesota’s CMC CoIIN journey of family engagement and family partnership at the care delivery design level. It was originally presented at the American Case Management Association 2022 National Conference.
This graphic recording presents Team Minnesota’s key accomplishments, barriers, and next steps.
This slide presentation describes characteristics and standards for care coordination, care coordination models, and Minnesota’s approach to care coordination.
This document shows a fictional example of an All About Me sheet, including the child’s likes, dislikes, hopes and dreams, strengths, and goals.
This recorded presentation describes Team Minnesota’s plan for helping patients transition from pediatric to adult care. It was originally presented to Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare.
This article describes one health system’s attempt at introducing staff to the lived experience of parents of CMC, from the viewpoint of a parent of medically fragile child. She describes herself as one of many ‘uber’ parents, common in children’s hospitals. Originally published in the Pediatric Palliative Care and Hospice E-Journal.
Debbi Simmons Harris tells the story of the presentation on racism and The Category of Us. This commentary was originally published in the Complex Care Journal.