• Research and Practice Perspectives—Coordinating Care for Children with Social Complexity

    The lives of children with chronic or complex medical conditions often are complicated by psychosocial issues and family problems such as poverty, poor parental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, and homelessness. This July 27 webinar highlighted advances in research and practice that aim to improve the well-being and health outcomes of these children with "social complexity" while reducing costs.

  • Webinar July 27: Coordinating Care for Children in Families with Complex Social and Health Needs—Research and Practice

    The lives of children with chronic or complex medical conditions often are complicated by psychosocial issues and family problems such as poverty, poor parental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, and homelessness. This July 27 webinar will highlight advances in research and practice that aim to improve the well-being and health outcomes of these children with "social complexity.” Join us!

  • Webinar Highlights Options for Care Coordination

    Advocates, family leaders, policymakers, and other stakeholders joined us on a webinar April 13, 2016, for a first step in building a national movement to promote care coordination policies and payment options that better serve children with special health care needs, families, and care providers.

  • Take Action on Care Coordination: Webinar

    Join us for a first step in building a national movement to promote care coordination policies and payment options that better serve children, families, and care providers.

  • Designing Systems for Complex Care

    Experts on health care for children with complex medical needs gathered in Washington, DC, on December 7-8 to consider system modifications that could make care more effective for children and help relieve the burden on their families.

  • National Academy of Science Building

    Webcast Dec. 7-8: Designing Systems for Complex Care

    Children with complex health care needs are a sentinel population for shortcomings in the organization and financing of children’s health care in the U.S. This invitational symposium on December 7 - 8, 2015, will identify and discuss issues within the general child health care system that have particular salience for the care of children with complex health problems.

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