Implementation Resources Implementation Resources from the National Center for Medical Home Implementation Infographic: Tips to Understand and Implement the Medical Home ModelThis infographic provides a clear and concise definition of the medical home model of care for pediatric health professionals and Title V programs. Primary areas of focus include prioritization of care, partnership philosophies, and measurement initiatives. Care Coordination Tools and Resources This web page presents tools and resources to help pediatric clinicians, Title V programs, and family leaders implement care coordination services. The web page also provides information about the National Center for Care Coordination Technical Assistance, a partnership between Boston Children's Hospital and the National Center for Medical Home Implementation. Pediatric Medical Home Implementation Resource TutorialsThese video tutorials describe how to find and use three popular resources from the National Center for Medical Home Implementation: the "Building your Medical Home" online resource guide, the new NCMHI Web site, and a collection of state-based pediatric medical home resources. Additional Implementation Resources National Technical Assistance Resource Center on Screening The National Technical Assistance Resource Center on Screening, a component of the Screening in Practices Initiative in the American Academy of Pediatrics, provides evidence-informed tools and resources to assist pediatric practices in implementing effective screening processes within the medical home model. For more information about technical assistance services available through this center, email firstname.lastname@example.org Engagement with Intention: Tools and Resources for Maternal and Child Health Professionals The Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP) presents a collection of tools, resources, and lessons learned from the 2017 AMCHP annual conference. Topics include state strategies to improve systems of care for children and youth with special health care needs, health equity in workforce and leadership, and resources for enhanced family engagement and leadership in health care initiatives. Training, Events and Conferences Training, Events and Conferences Back to Basics: Meaningfully and Effectively Engaging Families in Pediatric Practices and Systems Webinar Series Coming Soon! Presented by the National Center for Medical Home Implementation (NCMHI) and the National Center for Family Professional Partnership, this 3-part webinar series will provide pediatric clinicians, Title V programs, family leaders, and other pediatric health professionals with tools, resources, and strategies to strengthen, implement, and measure family and professional partnerships in pediatric settings. More information, including webinar dates, times, speakers, and registration will be available through the NCMHI Web site soon. Engaging Diverse Families in Leadership for Systems Change Thursday, April 20, 3:00-4:30 pm ET Presented by the National Center for Family Professional Partnership, this webinar will provide tools and strategies for organizations and agencies to assess and improve identification, recruitment, engagement, and support of diverse family leaders. Visit the National Center for Family Professional Partnership Web site for more information. Breaking the Link Between Special Health Care Needs and Financial Hardship Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 1- 2 pm ET Presented by the Catalyst Center, this webinar will provide an overview of the updated report, "Breaking the Link Between Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) and Financial Hardship." Participants will learn about data related to insurance status and adequacy for CYSHCN, define causes and consequences of financial hardship for families raising CYSHN, and identify specific strategies to address these hardships among families and caregivers. View registration information about this webinar. Partners and National Initiatives Partners and National Initiatives Caring for Children with Special Health Care Needs within the Medical Home: Reflections from Pediatric Clinicians Presented by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, these two issue briefs discuss results from focus groups, qualitative interviews, and a quantitative survey of pediatricians about their experiences caring for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) in the context of the medical home model. Innovative Approaches in Care Coordination and Delivery for Children with Special Health Care Needs Created by the National Opinion Research Center, this report presents innovative models for provision of care coordination services for children and youth with special health care needs among select managed care organizations and Safety Net health plans.