The future of the California Children’s Services program has spawned numerous but often unfocused discussions. A new paper attempts to organize and focus forthcoming discussions. Discussion (and disagreement) is welcome.
The Missing Piece
Eleven California medical centers have developed some type of clinic aimed at delivering comprehensive, quality care to children with medical complexity, but much remains to be done to provide true medical homes.
Planning Hospital Discharge
From Day of Admission
Nearly 10,000 children leave U.S. hospitals every day, yet no widely used discharge standards exist. A new study offers a framework to improve care at home and reduce readmissions.
It Takes a Family
Family participation is limited in decision-making processes of organizations, new report finds.
Newsletter: Keep Up to Date
The e-newsletter of the California Advocacy Network for Children with Special Health Care Needs provides information about state and national policy, grant opportunities, resources and Network news.