Building a Statewide Organization of CCS Medical Consultants
To establish the organizational structure and an agenda of common goals for a statewide organization of physicians working for county CCS programs.
This grant provided support to plan a statewide network linking the medical consultants from county California Children’s Services (CCS) programs. Such an organization was felt to be needed in order to better standardize medical eligibility determinations, diagnostic codes and other processes central to CCS program operations. The grantee, the Children’s Regional Integrated Service System (CRISS) under the auspices of the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, succeeded in developing a governance structure for a statewide CCS Medical Advisory Council, convened medical consultants from 30 independent counties, and formed several task forces charged with addressing priority issues. Subsequently, additional support was provided to this new organization.
Other Grants Awarded to Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford
- Children’s Regional Integrated Service System (CRISS) Enhanced Care Management and CCS Children and Youth
- Creation of a Parent Mentor Program to Meet the Health Equity Needs of Children and Families from Diverse Backgrounds
- COVID-19 Food Support Services at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital
- Children’s Regional Integrated Service System (CRISS) Activities Addressing California Children’s Services Whole Child Model Implementation
- Creating Parent Mentor/Self-Management Training Center for Pediatric Health Settings
- Children’s Regional Integrated Service System (CRISS) Expansion Activities
- Creating a State-Wide Learning Collaborative to Promote Parent Mentor Programs
- Creating a Statewide Medical Advisory Committee for the California Children’s Services Program
- Promoting Family-Centered Care in Children's Hospitals in California