Implementation Resources (tools & more)

​Implementation Resources from the National Center for Medical Home Implementation

Lessons learned from the project are shared throughout the guide and support those interested in implementing a similar project. Supporting documentation is available for individuals, organizations, or practices interested in applying for Maintenance of Certification Part 4 for a project on family engagement. All resources are customizable, modifiable and free to download. 

Additional ​Implementation Resources

  • 2016 Disability Status Report
    This annual report from Cornell University provides a summary of the most recent demographic and economic statistics on the non-institutionalized population with disabilities. The report includes information about the population size and disability prevalence for various demographic subpopulations. Statistics related to health insurance, poverty level, and race/ethnicity are provided. Data from this report identify existing inequities and disparities among children and youth with special health care needs. This report is useful for Maternal and Child Health Title V / Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs programs, community/local organizations, and CYSHCN advocates.

 Training, Events, and Conferences

​Training, Events and Conferences

      • Aligning Services with Needs: Complexity Tiering for Children with Chronic and Complex Conditions
        Wednesday, February 28, 2018, 1-2 pm Central Time
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        Health care systems are increasingly using a process known as "risk tiering" to group patients with similar degrees of need for health care and care coordination services. Sponsored by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, the Catalyst Center, and Family Voices, this webinar will discuss a new report that describes current tiering practices and provides recommendations for policy and research. This webinar describes risk tiering to families and clinicians of children and youth with chronic and complex conditions and how it may affect access to the services these children need.
      • Cultural and Linguistic Competence Peer Learning Exchange – Cultural and Behavioral Health Equity Considerations for Wraparound Practice
        Wednesday, April 4, 2018, 1:30-2:30pm Central Time
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        Presented by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration members of the Cultural and Linguistic Competence Team for the Technical Assistance Network, this webinar will engage in peer learning focuses on aligning Wraparound Values with the National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Service (CLAS Standards). Participants will earn how to implement the CLAS Standards in Wraparound Practice and how to apply tools to align services with the patient and families culture. Tools and resources from this webinar will benefit pediatric clinicians and state agency staff focused on behavioral health integration and behavioral health services for children and youth with special health care needs.

 Partners and National Initiatives

Partners and National Initiatives

  • A Look Back at Youth Engagement
    article from the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP) discusses strategies implemented by the organization to enhance adolescent and young adult voices in maternal and child health organizations and programs. Strategies discussed are shared via a recorded webinar focused on youth engagement, as well as an overview of the Adolescent and Young Adult Health National Resource Center. Resources discussed support pediatric clinicians and state agency staff enhance adolescent and young adult engagement in the medical home model.