Replication and Evaluation of a Medically Vulnerable Children Care Coordination Project

To evaluate and replicate an existing model of care coordination for young CSHCN in at least three California counties.

This project was intended to replicate an existing model for interagency collaboration to improve care coordination for children with special health care needs to three new counties in California. The project successfully engaged leaders in Contra Costa, Monterey and Orange counties to establish care coordination coalitions. The coalitions in each county meet monthly and each were able to support a system-level care coordinator to begin monitoring their impact.

Arthur Manalac

Arthur Manalac is learning how to be a big picture guy as he uses data to improve care coordination for young children in California’s rural Kern County.

Grant Amount

$40,000

Date Awarded

November 2012

Duration

2 years or greater

Topic(s)

Care Coordination & Medical Home

Organization

Kern County First Five

Principal Investigator

Marc Thibault

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