Category: Care Coordination

Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health takes a unique approach with care coordination to help children and families get the medical care and social supports they need to thrive. Through our nationally-recognized model, we offer care coordination to children with complex medical needs, children in behavioral health crisis, and children who are likely to develop delays or disorders in the future.

Care Coordination Forum Inspires Change

By: Susan Roman, RN, MPH It was truly inspiring to see so many dedicated child service professionals attend our statewide Care Coordination Forum: Transforming Children’s Healthcare in Our Communities. This forum, with support from the Connecticut Health Foundation, was a first of its kind initiative to enhance awareness […]

Can There Be Too Many Care Coordinators?

By: Lisa Honigfeld, PhD When care is well coordinated, children and their families can easily access health care and community services to ensure optimal health and development. Effective care coordination increases the likelihood that families will follow up with specialists and early intervention services when needed. Care coordination […]