A screening tool helps Children's Hospital Colorado nurse coordinators connect the dots and set social-behavioral and medical goals for patients.
Clinic for children with medical complexity serves as a medical home to span inpatient and outpatient needs.
Children's Mercy Kansas City's Beacon Program improves outcomes and reduces costs for patients with complex medical conditions.
Encourage your members of Congress to support the ACE Kids Act of 2017, S. 428.
A high level summary of changes made from the 2015 ACE Kids Act introduced in the Senate.
Children’s hospitals support S. 428 to advance care for children with complex medical conditions in Medicaid.
In 2017, protecting the nation's children will be critical.
Some of the most significant advances in pediatric health care over the last 25 years have enhanced the care of children born with the most common ...
Here's how hospitals can support long-term outcomes for pediatric patients with chronic medical issues and help them thrive into adulthood.
A petition asking Congress to pass the Advancing Care for Exceptional Kids Act of 2015 this year receives more than 16,000 signatures from supporters ...
Jacob Lopez, a patient at Wolfson Children’s, advocates for car seat and automobile safety.
CHA recommended essential steps for the next administration to protect children's health and access to care.
Medical home clinics help improve care for children with medical complexities.
A family completes a nutrition overhaul to battle a rare combination of conditions.
CHA joins more than two dozen national advocacy organizations to launch the Modern Medicaid Alliance.
Twins support each other through the daily challenges of living with cystic fibrosis.
Member hospitals may use the sample letters to thank House and Senate members for their support of the ACE Kids Act of 2015.
Children's hospitals can remind members of Congress of the importance of the ACE Kids Act by engaging in these advocacy activities.
Cook Children's Health Care System released a video depicting the experiences of families through the eyes of children with complex medical ...
The ACE Kids Act now has 218 cosponsors in the U.S. House of Representatives. The majority of the chamber supports the bill to improve care for the ...
After years of surgery and physical therapy, identical twins, each with her own challenges, have become advocates for themselves and their hospital.
The ACE Kids Act moves forward with a hearing on Capitol Hill. Here's Cook Children's Health Care System CEO Rick Merrill's perspective of the event.
The committee hearing included children's hospitals executives, parents of children with medical complexity, health care industry experts and policy ...
The ACE Kids Act would improve care for children with complex medical conditions nationwide by facilitating more seamless, coordinated care from ...
An ambitious, national project is underway to test new payment and delivery models for children with medical complexity.
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