Improving Care Coordination for Children with Medical Complexity: Exploring Medicaid Health Home State Options
Authors Veronnica Thompson, Kate Honsberger
Project Catalyst Center
Keywords CYSHCN, Financing, Medicaid/CHIP
States are increasingly interested in care coordination as a strategy for improving systems of care for children with medical complexity (CMC) and their families. The Section 2703 Medicaid Health Home State Option and the new Advancing Care for Exceptional (ACE) Kids Act Health Home State Option present opportunities to enhance and expand care coordination for CMC in Medicaid. This new brief compares the two approaches and presents key considerations for states as they explore implementing health home options. Additionally, the brief presents New York as a case study in implementing the Section 2703 Medicaid Health Home State Option to provide care coordination for CMC.