Featured Grant

Advancing Telehealth Utilization for California's Vulnerable Children: Phase 3

This grant is a continuation of previous work supported by the Foundation: Leveraging Telehealth to Improve Access to Care for CSHCN and Other Underserved Children: Phase 2. Through policy advocacy, development of resources, and convening the necessary partnerships, The Children’s Partnership will work to improve policies and practices that support greater use of telehealth for children in California.

The Children’s Partnership
Principal Investigator: Ienlaz Kashefipour Director, Health Policy & Advocacy

Featured Blog Post

Measuring Population Health for Children with Medical Complexity

Children with medical complexity account for about 40 percent of pediatric Medicaid spending, yet comprise only 3 percent of the pediatric population. Currently, no population measures exist to describe these children, who have diverse conditions of variable severity. A new study published in Pediatrics suggests 10 potential outcome domains as a starting point. 

Application Process

The Foundation generally invites specific applications for proposals. However, unsolicited proposals for projects that contribute to achieving the program’s goals are welcome. Proposals initiated by applicants should be presented to the Foundation as a letter of inquiry. We strongly recommend that applicants carefully review our program and goals before submitting a letter of inquiry.

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