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Infographic: Family Engagement And Children And Youth With Special Health Care Needs

Authors Comeau, M., Kantner Doherty, J.

Date 2019

Project Catalyst Center

Keywords CYSHCN

The Catalyst Center has created a one-page infographic illustrating the importance of family engagement for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN). This is one page in a series of infographics exploring key focus areas in the world of health care financing and coverage for CYSHCN.

These one-pagers are a visually appealing and easy way to share information about the system of care for CYSHCN with stakeholders. Resources for further exploration of family engagement are listed at the bottom of the infographic.

Thanks to family leaders Cara Coleman, Donene Feist, Janis Guerney, Rylin Rodgers, and Nora Wells for providing valuable feedback and reviewing this project.

Health Insurance Consumer Guide for Newly Insured Ryan White Clients

Authors Affordable Care Enrollment TA Center

Date 2015

Project Med-HEART

Keywords Health Reform

If you have clients who are newly insured and need help understanding their policy, give them this guide as a resource: “Making the Most of Your Coverage”. The guide explains important insurance documents, key insurance terminology, understanding how to anticipate health care costs, knowing where to go for care, and how to make the most out of each doctor visit.

Infographic: The Importance of Partnerships in Advancing Financing and Coverage

Authors Bachman, S., Comeau, M., Kantner, J.

Date 2018

Project Catalyst Center

Keywords CYSHCN, Financial Hardship, Health Reform, Maternal and Child Health

The Catalyst Center has created a one-page infographic illustrating the importance of partnerships in advancing financing and coverage for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN). This infographic provides a brief explanation of the power of partnerships and highlights examples of partnerships with important stakeholders.

This is one page in a series of infographics exploring key focus areas in the world of health care financing and coverage for CYSHCN.

These one-pagers are a visually appealing and easy way to share information about the system of care for CYSHCN with stakeholders. Resources for further information about leveraging partnerships for CYSHCN are listed at the bottom of the infographic.

Infographic: Value-Based Purchasing For Children And Youth With Special Health Care Needs

Authors Bachman, S., Comeau, M., Kantner, J.

Date 2018

Project Catalyst Center

Keywords CYSHCN, Financing

The Catalyst Center has created a one-page infographic illustrating important elements of value-based purchasing (VBP) for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN). This is one page in a series of infographics exploring key focus areas in the world of health care financing and coverage for CYSHCN.

These one-pagers are a visually appealing and easy way to share information about the system of care for CYSHCN with stakeholders. Resources for further information about VBP and CYSHCN are listed at the bottom of the infographic.

Infographic: Care Coordination For Children And Youth With Special Health Care Needs

Authors Bachman, S., Comeau, M., Kantner, J.

Date 2018

Project Catalyst Center

Keywords CYSHCN, Financing

The Catalyst Center has created a one-page infographic illustrating important elements of care coordination for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN). This is one page in a series of infographics exploring key focus areas in the world of health care financing and coverage for CYSHCN.

These one-pagers are a visually appealing and easy way to share information about the system of care for CYSHCN with stakeholders. Resources for further exploration of care coordination are listed at the bottom of the infographic.

Thanks to our State Title V colleagues Sandra Broughton, Elizabeth Collins, Elaine Gabovitch, Alison Martin, Shirley Payne, and Meredith Pyle, for providing valuable feedback and reviewing this project.