This brief describes key considerations and challenges in care coordination quality measurement and identifies sample metrics that could be leveraged to evaluate the quality of care coordination systems.
This guide is intended to support state health officials and stakeholders in using, adapting, and implementing the National Care Coordination Standards for CYSHCN to develop or improve care coordination systems.
There are a variety of approaches that states can use to finance care coordination services for CYSHCN through Medicaid. Financing of care coordination is critical to the quality and sustainability of these services. This brief highlights key components and themes across five states’ approaches to financing care coordination.
This is the final seminar of the 10-part Collaborative Conversations with Families to Advance the Clinical Care of Children with Medical Complexities (CMC) and Disabilities (C6) seminar series. Cara Coleman, Dr. Peter Rosenbaum, and Treeby Brown discuss patient engagement in clinical research.
An updated report by Public Counsel outlines persistent service funding disparities between racial and ethnic groups of children in California’s regional center system. The report evaluates the outcomes of a disparity reduction program established by the state in 2016 and urges the state’s legislative and executive administration leadership to take action on the identified recommendations for addressing the system’s ongoing problems.
This is the ninth seminar of the 10-part Collaborative Conversations with Families to Advance the Clinical Care of Children with Medical Complexities (CMC) and Disabilities (C6) seminar series. Kathy McClelland, Katy Peck, and Dr. Christpher Russell discuss aspiration in the care of children with medical complexity.
A team of researchers led by the Institute for Patient- and Family-Centered Care investigated the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on Patient and Family Advisory Councils (PFACs) including how PFACS adapted operations and the intersection with issues related to PFAC diversity, equity, and inclusion.
This fact sheet answers key questions about access to care through California Children’s Services during COVID-19. It also provides information on free legal assistance. The fact sheet is available in English, Chinese, and Spanish.
No validated tools currently exist to measure pediatric home health care quality. This article outlines the development and testing of PediHome, a content-valid family-reported survey measure of home health care quality for children with medical complexity. PediHome can be used to identify deficits in timely access to care, overall home health care quality, and specific aspects such as confidence in nursing care provided.
This is the eighth seminar of the 10-part Collaborative Conversations with Families to Advance the Clinical Care of Children with Medical Complexities (CMC) and Disabilities (C6) seminar series. Kate Robinson of Family Voices will be joined by Kate Holler, Sarah Perkins, Dr. Caroline Okorie, and Dr. Shelly Weiss to discuss sleep.