Reflections on barriers observed for families of color, with cultural and language differences, and ways to mitigate the disparities in care observed based on the interventions tried.
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.
Colorado Durable Medical Equipment eligibility, documentation, and process for diapers, wheelchairs, supplemental oral nutrition, enteral nutrition, suction machine, disability placards, and synagis.
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.
A description of the challenges transitioning medically complex young adults from pediatric to adult care systems, in the words of three parents. This report was initially published in The Nurse Practitioner.
These infographics, aimed at providers, illustrate the five themes discovered through focus group interviews with families with CMC. The themes are types of support needed, the care team, improve care coordination, focus on the whole family, and care accessibility.
This study aimed to explore the experiences of Oregon families of YAMC who had recently transitioned to adult health care providers, and obtain recommendations for transition from family members, to inform the development of the CoIIN quality improvement project.
Root Cause Analysis using CoIIN Environmental Scan findings.
The Oregon team created the following problem statement to focus its QI work: “Young adults with medical complexity (YAMC) and their families are not adequately prepared for, or supported in, the transition from pediatric to adult healthcare.” We used a fishbone diagram tool to guide a root cause analysis of our problem statement. A root cause analysis seeks to identify the primary reasons underlying a problem. The results of our analysis appear on page 1.