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

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Last updated: September 2020‚Äč

 Announcements

 State Pediatric Medical Home Activities

Current Activities

  • Texas Medical Home Work Group at the Texas Department of State Health Services
    This statewide work group is led by the Title V Children with Special Health Care Needs Services Program. The work group meets on a quarterly basis via teleconference and supports the vision that all children and youth in Texas, including children with special health care needs, will have a medical home that provides accessible, family-centered, continuous, comprehensive, coordinated, compassionate, and culturally effective services.
  • Texas Primary Care and Health Home Summit
    An annual statewide conference focuses specifically on expanding access to medical home for adults and children in Texas. 

 Past Activities

      • Statewide Association for Regional Medical Home AdvanCement
        A 3-year projected funded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau with the goal of building a statewide infrastructure for maternal and child health, including access to coordinated, ongoing, comprehensive care within a medical home.
      • Project DOCC of Houston
        Developed by family advocates, this project provided pediatric resident physicians with comprehensive understanding of challenges and barriers faced by families in caring for children and youth with special health care needs.

 Partners, Stakeholders, and Contacts in State

  • Texas Pediatric Society
    This professional organization provides news, advocacy/legislation information, resources, and opportunities to connect with pediatric experts within Texas.
  • Texas Parent to Parent
    The Family Health Information Center and Family Voices State Affiliate Organization of Texas provides education, information, and peer support to families of children with special health care needs.

 State Medical Home Data