• Assuring Children’s Access to Pediatric Subspecialty Care in California

    This policy note, prepared by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and funded by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, explores disparities in access to pediatric subspecialty care in California by insurance coverage, geographic location, race/ethnicity, and language. The paper proposes recommendations to ensure adequate access to pediatric subspecialty care.

  • Changing Pediatric Residency Training to Improve Quality of Care for Children and Youth with Special Healthcare Needs

    A large percentage of children with special health care needs do not have an established medical home, but rely instead for primary care on the pediatric subspecialists who treat their specific conditions. These specialists often have not received adequate graduate training to care for patients with complex conditions. This study explores how changes in graduate residency training might improve the quality of care for children with special health care needs.

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