Care Coordination

This brief summarizes one aspect of the state of Washington’s mature and balanced long-term care system – a successful effort to identify and assist nursing home residents to relocate to community settings. CLE_washington_model.pdf 105.7 KB  

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    This report is a compilation and review of state long-term care assessment instruments and processes. The document identifies assessment instruments being used and reviews some of the variation across instruments and in the process for using them. CLE_assessment_longterm.pdf 1.2 MB  

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  • This issue brief is an analysis of the experience of Nursing Facility Transition (NFT) grantees for 2002 and 2003. The analysis covers 33 NFT grantees (10 Independent Living Centers and 23 states).   CLE_nursing_facility_transition.pdf 1.4 MB  

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    April 9, 2009 | Filed under: Care Coordination
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    The Toolbox synthesizes information available from multiple sources about nursing home transition and Money Follows the Person initiatives. It is intended to help states prepare for the MFP Demonstration program created by the Deficit Reduction Act (DRA). It summarizes the state of the field in MFP design components such as identifying consumers, planning and implementing […]

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    The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services awarded Money Follows the Person demonstration grants to 31 states in 2007. This brief describes the options for covering case management or transition coordination for these projects and describes the potential impact of pending changes to case management coverage resulting from the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005.   […]

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    States can play an important role in improving care coordination and case management and strengthening linkages between primary care providers and other child and family service providers to promote and support the healthy development of young children.  States can use primary care practice-based strategies, service provider linkage strategies, and systems change and cross-system strategies. This […]

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    April 8, 2009 | Filed under: Care Coordination, Children's Health, Publications
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    This report looks at systems of tracking health care services and providers of care for children in foster care. It builds on a NASHP survey of health passport activity around the country and highlights innovative approaches. The report also analyzes the barriers to successful implementation and the implications of Medicaid HMO contracting on health passport […]

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    April 2, 2009 | Filed under: Care Coordination, Publications
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    This paper summarizes the results of a meeting convened as a means of engaging state, federal, provider, and consumer experts from the child mental health and maternal child health fields in a conversation about how to develop stronger collaborative approaches to improve systems for child and adolescent mental health. The meeting was based on the […]

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    Early access to high-quality child health care and development programs builds a foundation that ensures each child the optimum chance to grow strong physically, emotionally, and socially. Medicaid, the primary insurer for more than a quarter of all children in the United States, is the critical link to building this foundation for poor and low-income […]

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    March 23, 2009 | Filed under: Care Coordination, Medicaid, Publications
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    Children must be healthy in order to learn. Their motor skills, coordination, and overall physical health affect social-emotional and cognitive development and academic achievement. The domains of child development are interrelated, demanding a multi-sector approach to foster healthy development. Yet, cross-sector service coordination remains a challenge. Increasingly, states are recognizing that healthy development requires attention […]

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    March 23, 2009 | Filed under: Care Coordination, Children's Health, Publications