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The California Community Care Coordination Collaborative (5C’s) is a learning collaborative made up of six regional coalitions serving children with special health care needs (CSHCN) launched in ...
The California Community Care Coordination Collaborative (5C’s) is a learning collaborative made up of six regional coalitions serving children with special health care needs (CSHCN) launched in April of 2013.
The Orange County Care Coordination Collaborative for Kids, led by Help Me Grow Orange County, is assessing CSHCN needs in the county and pilot testing a process to identify, track and review cases of families of CSHCN to help connect them to services and increase communication between providers.
The San Mateo County Care Coordination Learning Community, led by Community Gatepath, is developing care coordination policy and practice recommendations and working with First 5 San Mateo to expand care coordination services for a San Mateo County Health System Clinic.
The Seven C’s Project, under the direction of the Public Health Division of Contra Costa Health Services, is developing a proposed care coordination system for the county based on a needs assessment and analysis of current resources, as well as piloting a case review process.
The Rural Children’s Health Care Coalition, led by Rowell Family Empowerment of Northern California, is bringing together stakeholders in Shasta, Siskiyou and Trinity counties, to promote shared problem-solving and developing interagency agreements for dealing with shared clients.
Representatives from the Medically Vulnerable Care Coordination Project of Kern County and the Central California Care Coordination Project of Fresno County, led by Exceptional Parents Unlimited, are providing insights and lessons learned from their care coordination projects with the Learning Collaborative.
The 5C’s provides a structured opportunity for coalitions to learn from one another, identify areas of shared need, discuss emerging challenges and connect with others engaged in improving the quality of services for CSHCN. The collaborative has had an introductory webinar and recently came together at the Foundation for our first full-day meeting to discuss project progress and evaluation strategies.
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