The care coordination graphic shows how the ACE Kids Act of 2015 (H.R. 546/S. 298) can coordinate care for a child with medical complexity.
Under the ACE Kids Act, states can authorize networks to coordinate care for children with medical complexity in Medicaid, reducing inefficiencies, family burden and costs. The Act also enables national data standards, advancing best practices and improving future quality of care. Care coordination and data standards under the ACE Kids Act help ensure kids get the right care in the right place at the right time from the right provider, even when that care is across state lines.
CHA contact: Aimee Ossman, (202) 753-5333