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Title: State and National Initiatives to Improve the Quality of Health Care for Children


1
State and National Initiatives to Improve the
Quality of Health Care for Children
  • 13th Annual Maternal and Child Health
    Epidemiology Conference
  • December 12, 2007
  • Doris Hanna, RN, CPNP, ScD

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About NICHQ
  • Founded in 1999
  • Mission To eliminate the gap between what is
    and what can be in health care for all children.
  • NICHQ is an action oriented organization
    dedicated exclusively to improving the quality of
    childrens health care
  • NICHQ is a resource for health care and
    improvement organizations, foundations, and
    government agencies seeking to improve care for
    children
  • NICHQ is a national organization
  • Home Office Cambridge, MA
  • National cadre of key advisors
  • Geographically distributed staff

3
What we doChange Practice to Improve Care and
Outcomes
  • Innovate
  • Discover, invent, and share good ideasready for
    use in childrens health care
  • Demonstrate
  • Undertake targeted initiatives to demonstrate the
    feasibility of improving care and outcomes
  • Accelerate Adoption
  • Facilitate widespread adoption through policy
    change, capacity building, and partnership with
    high leverage systems (including state and
    federal government)

4
NICHQs Bold Improvement Agenda
  • Prevent Childhood Obesity
  • Provide Seamless, Evidence Based, Family Centered
    Care for Children with Chronic Conditions
  • Purge Harm from Childrens Health Care
  • Promote Equity in Care

5
Our Services
  • Training and Transforming Care
  • Learning Collaboratives In person and across
    distance
  • Action Networks and Spread Initiatives
    Accelerating learning, spreading better care
  • Annual Childrens Forum
  • Toolkits
  • Jump Start and Jump Ahead Introductory and
    Advanced QI Methods and Tools for Childrens
    Health Care
  • Creating and Sustaining Improvement Resources
  • Local, State, Regional and Federal programs to
    sustain change
  • Setting the National Agenda for Change
  • Federal and State Childrens Quality Policy
  • Measurement
  • Improvement
  • Health Information Technology
  • Payment

6
Numerous potential state based resources to
support improvement
  • Professional society/medical association chapters
  • Health Department
  • MCH
  • Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs
  • Medicaid Agencies
  • State universities (medical and public health
    schools)
  • State and local non-profits
  • Combinations of the above

7
The Breakthrough Series Learning Collaborative
Model (IHI, 1995)
  • A quality improvement method to refine and spread
    improvements and ideas throughout a system or set
    of systems
  • Typically, a group of stakeholders working
    together to make improvements in a focused topic
    area (care delivery system)
  • Links subject matter experts, application
    experts, and front line staff for mutual learning
  • Short term (6-15 month) learning system
  • Uses data to support improvement
  • NICHQ always includes parents/families

8
Medical Home Learning Collaboratives
  • To improve care for children with special health
    care needs/youth by implementing the Medical Home
    concept
  • To foster substantial relationships between Title
    V programs and their states primary care
    community, enabling Title V to
  • Support improvement in practices and
  • Spread improvement across their State

9
Hypothesis
  • Application of four key concepts
  • Medical Home/Care Model for Child Health
  • Collaborative Model
  • Model for Improvement
  • Model for Spread
  • Together with support from a capable
    regional/state/local resource (Title V)
  • Will result in acceleration of spread of Medical
    Home

10
Medical Home Learning Collaborative IMedical
Home Index Pre and Post Measures
11
Results-MHLC II
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Broadening Beyond the Medical Home
  • Vertical Coordination Primary and Specialty Care
  • Case example Improving Access and Quality for
    Children with Epilepsy
  • Horizontal Coordination Community/Public Health
    Resources
  • Case example Strengthening handoffs between
    newborn hearing screening, specialty care,
    primary care, and early intervention

13
Newborn HearingCollaborative Results
14
Next Steps Building Systems of Care
  • Improve the health and well being of Children and
    Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) and
    their families through building the capacity of
    state Title V programsin concert with other
    state based partnersto create and sustain
    effective community based systems of care
  • CMS expressed interest in building state capacity
    to support improvement in perinatal care

15
Lessons Learned
  • Health care is one contributor to child well
    being
  • Direct
  • Indirect (Health Behaviors)
  • State based approaches have key advantages
  • Numerous entities at state level can lead
  • Works best if all participate
  • Key role for real time, pragmatic data capacity
    as one key ingredient for improvement process

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Health Care for Children Different?
  • Greater level of financial access than non
    elderly adults (if tenuous)
  • Quasi-public health function, particularly 0-3
    years
  • Major focus on preventive health, health
    behaviors
  • Anticipatory Guidance

19
Relative Health and Safety of US Children
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But the Quality of Childrens Health Care is No
Better (and May Be Worse)
Percent Receiving Recommended Care
Source McGlynn et al, NEJM 2003, 348262635-45,
and Mangione-Smith, et al, NEJM, 2007.
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And Preventive Care is at the Bottom
Mangione Smith et al, NEJM, 2007
22
Role of Health Care in Health
Schroeder SA, N Engl J Med 2007 3571222, from
McGinnis Health Affairs 2002
23
Why A State Role?
  • Childrens Health Care is
  • Predominantly outpatient
  • Locally delivered and organized
  • State regulated
  • Substantially funded through state programs
  • Major state public health role (e.g.,
    immunizations, newborn screening)

24
Together we can make health care better for every
child!
25
Some Partnership Examples
  • Partnership for Quality (ADHD)
  • PA and CT EPIC programs
  • NJ Immunization
  • Medical Home, Epilepsy, Newborn Hearing Learning
    Collaboratives
  • Neonatal Improvement Programs (OH, TN)
  • Improvement Partnership (VCHIP, Envision NM)
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