What is Care Coordination? This series of short, informative videos explains care coordination, shared plans of care, and setting care coordination goals. Effective care coordination can positively impact patient experiences and improve care outcomes.
What is Care Coordination?
What is a Shared Plan of Care?
How to Get a Shared Plan of Care
How to Use a Shared Plan of Care
Care Coordination Bulletins
Care Coordination Bulletins are designed for professionals who regularly serve families of children and youth with special health care needs. These short bulletins provide information and resources that may be shared with families.
Care Coordination Bulletin Archive
CareShare for Kids
CareShare for Kids is a group of children’s health organizations in Indiana that work to reach these goals: that every child will be screened before 24 months, evaluated and diagnosed by 36 months, and will take part in a family-centered partnership for care coordination by 48 months. This means better care and better health for Indiana’s children.
The Wellness Passport and Special Health Care Needs Addendum are great tools to help families organize their child’s health care information. Use these resources to manage care and provide new and emergency providers with a snapshot of your child’s needs and health history. We also recommend maintaining and carrying with you a more comprehensive electronic version.
GotTransition.org is a program of the National Alliance to Advance Adolescent Health and houses an extensive library of transition resources. The information is conveniently tailored for use by health care providers, researchers and policymakers, and youth and families.