The HRSA Maternal and Child Health Bureau has funded this Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network (CoIIN) to test and spread promising care delivery strategies and payment models for Children with Medical Complexity (CMC). The three-fold goals of the project are to:
Improve the quality of life for children with medically complex conditions
Improve the well-being of their families
Increase the cost-effectiveness of their care
Project implementation took place from August 1st, 2017 to July 31st, 2021. The project is now in a supplemental fifth year focused on sustainability, spread, dissemination, and evaluation.
NEW: The CoIIN now has a materials library of products developed during the course of project implementation. This library includes both network-level and state-specific materials. CMC CoIIN state team members can submit products and resources for the CMC CoIIN website through this form.
Learn more about the goals of the project and the resources we've created to support the work of the state teams.
Learn about the leadership team and collaborative partners supporting the CoIIN to Advance Care for CMC.
Learn more about the ten state teams working to improve care and quality while increasing cost-effectiveness.
Find recordings of our webinars on quality improvement strategies and more.
NEWS & UPDATES
Find the latest news on the care of children with medical complexity, quality improvement work and more.
COVID-19 ECHO Webinars
Recordings from the AAP COVID-19 ECHO.
Care Coordination Academy
Information about the national Care Coordination Academy, in partnership with Boston Children's Hospital.
CoIIN: Care Coordination Academy
Materials created by the CMC CoIIN State Teams and Leadership Team during project implementation.
This project is supported by HRSA of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number UJ6MC32737, Health Care Delivery System Innovations for Children with Medical Complexity, $2,700,000 (annually). This information or content and conclusions are those of the authors and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.