Measuring and Improving Care Coordination: Lessons from ABCD III
As states and providers move away from siloed health care systems and toward integrated systems of care, care coordination has become a key area of focus. Through the Assuring Better Child Health and Development (ABCD) III initiative, Arkansas, Illinois, Minnesota, Oklahoma and Oregon piloted and evaluated strategies to improve care coordination among primary care providers and community service providers serving Medicaid-eligible children, aged birth to three with or at risk of developmental delays. This report describes states’ evaluation methods, summarizes the results, and highlights lessons learned about evaluating care coordination.
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