State Strategies for Care Coordination, Case Management, and Linkages for Young Children: A Scan of State Medicaid. Title V, And Part C Agencies
NASHP conducted this scan of states in order to better identify and understand what states are doing through variously funded early child health and development agencies to promote better care coordination, case management, and linkages to services for young children. The scan was designed to elicit strategies used by the three state agencies to improve healthcare and community linkages in three areas: within primary care practices; between primary care practices and other child and family service providers; and through systems or statewide strategies. This paper describes state models that may help policy makers become more aware of the potential resources and tools available to promote healthy development for young children and can provide states with strategies to more effectively coordinate resources and achieve better outcomes for their children.
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