This page provides information about pediatric medical home activities, partners, and stakeholders in Washington.

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Last updated: 6/30/16

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 State Pediatric Medical Home Activities

Current Activities

  • Community-Based Children's Wellness Initiative
    In collaboration with multiple stakeholders, including the Washington Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, this program supports practices to become patient-centered medical home, thus enhancing care coordination and improving population health for children and youth.
  • Washington State Medical Home Partnerships Project
    Washington State's electronic resource for all state projects related to medical home implementation for children and youth.
  • Washington State Medical Home Leadership Network
    A statewide network of volunteer, community-based teams that promote medical home care to children and youth with special health care needs. Teams include a pediatrician, a public health nurse, and a family resource coordinator. Teams provide support and leadership to communities to assist with medical home implementation.
  • Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Program
    With funding from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, these community-based projects address health disparities and implement components of the pediatric medical home. Current projects in Washington include the following:

Past Activities

  • Great MINDS: Medical Homes Include Developmental Screening
    In collaboration with the Washington Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, this project enhanced the rate of developmental screening within pediatric medical homes by increasing training to clinicians and parents while enhancing state policies to support and pay for medical homes.
  • Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Program
    With funding from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, these community-based projects address health disparities and implement components of the pediatric medical home. Past projects in Washington include the following:

 Partners, Stakeholders, and Contacts in State

 State Medical Home Data

  • Washington 2014 CHIP Fact Sheet
    This fact sheet provides key information about Washington's Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) at a time when Washington was implementing the Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization and the Affordable Care Act.