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The Other Mothers

Authors Debbi Simmons Harris, MA, MS

Date 2021

Project CoIIN to Advance Care for CMC

Keywords Family Leadership in Systems, Minnesota

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.

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Quality Improvement to Support the Transition from Pediatric to Young Adult Health Care: Experiences of the Oregon Children with Medical Complexity

Authors Stacy Collins

Date 2021

Project CoIIN to Advance Care for CMC

Keywords Family Leadership in Systems, Oregon

AMCHP newsletter ‘Pulse’ interview 2021 of Oregon CoIIN Implementation team members.

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CMC CoIIN Webinar: Sustaining The Family Leader Role

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Date 2021

Project CoIIN to Advance Care for CMC

Keywords Family Leadership in Systems, Family Partnership at the Clinical Setting

Sustaining the Family Leader Role focuses on family partnership sustainability within the state teams, strides made thus far, remaining challenges, and possible paths forward. Sustaining family leader engagement in clinical settings and partnership with family-led organizations is about organizational partnerships at its core, and it requires teams to acquire additional financial resources.

CMC CoIIN Webinar: Sustainability: Impact, Need, Data, Storytelling, & Magic

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Date 2021

Project CoIIN to Advance Care for CMC

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Rylin Rodgers (AUCD & CMC CoIIN National Advisory Committee) joins us to discuss launching state team sustainability planning and developing impact statements. The majority of the webinar featured state team breakout room time which was not recorded.

Support Resources for Families of Children with Special Needs

Authors Team Washington

Date 2021

Project CoIIN to Advance Care for CMC

Keywords Family Partnership at the Clinical Setting, Washington

This resource sheet describes Washington-specific and national organizations that provide support for all members of the family.

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CMC CoIIN State Team Project Summary Table

Authors State Team Leadership

Date 2021

Project CoIIN to Advance Care for CMC

Keywords Alabama, Colorado, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oregon, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin

This document contains summaries of each state’s aims, goals, project plan, target populations, recruitment plan, and elevator speech.

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CMC CoIIN State Team One-Pagers

Authors State Team Leadership

Date 2021

Project CoIIN to Advance Care for CMC

Keywords Alabama, Colorado, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oregon, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin

This document provides one-page summaries of each State Team’s project within the CoIIN.

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Shared Plan of Care Summary

Authors Team Wisconsin

Date 2021

Project CoIIN to Advance Care for CMC

Keywords Shared Plan of Care, Wisconsin

This template can be used to summarize the SPoC for the family and identify follow-up actions for each member of the care team.

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National Care Coordination Academy Sustainability Affinity Group Meeting January 2021

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Date 2021

Project CoIIN to Advance Care for CMC

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This meeting focuses on implementing strategies to identify patients for payment for care coordination.

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National Care Coordination Academy Sustainability Affinity Group Meeting February 2021

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Date 2021

Project CoIIN to Advance Care for CMC

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After attending this event, participants will be able to identify the steps to identify social risk factors that could be incorporated into a payment model, understand the process a state Medicaid program can use to add social risk to medical complexity, and be able to approach their payers about the need to add social risk to payment models in their states and ways to do so.

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