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

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Last updated: 6/30/16


  • New York Health Home State Plan Amendment
    The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services approved New York's fifth health home State Plan Amendment (SPA), which comes into effect October 2016. The SPA focuses on pediatric populations and expands health home eligibility criteria to children with serious emotional disturbance or complex trauma. New York is also considering 15 new pediatric-specific quality measures for their health home program.

 State Pediatric Medical Home Activities

Current Activities

      • Adirondack Regional Medical Home Pilot
        Statewide Patient-Centered Medical Home Project
        New York is implementing a statewide and regional program that supports practices recognized as medical homes and serves children insured through Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program.

 Past Activities

  • 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 New York include the following:

 Partners, Stakeholders, and Contacts in State

  • New York American Academy of Pediatric Chapters:
    These professional organization (organized by geographic region) provide news, advocacy/legislation information, resources, and opportunities to connect with pediatric experts within New York.
  • Parent to Parent of New York State
    The Family Health Information Center and Family Voices State Affiliate Organization of New York provides education, information, and peer support to families of children with special health care needs.

 State Medical Home Data

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