A system of care for foster care allows providers to work together to provide appropriate care, services and supports. It provides a cohesive approach to providing services and supports needed by children, youth and families, but it requires sharing information and data to be effective.
This is the third in a five part series about how P-CIS improves coordinated care for children, youth and their families. This post explores how providers can coordinate care across a system of care.
This is part 2 of this series. You can access part 1 here or download the entire concept paper here. What is a coordinated system of care? A coordinated system of care is a type of healthcare that is designed to provide all the necessary services and resources for a families’ health, safety, and well-being. […]
How P-CIS Enables Coordinated Care For Multi-system Served Children, Youth And Families: A Focus On California’s AB 2083 Requirements
How P-CIS can help your organization meet the requirements of AB 2083, the California bill that requires every child with a disability to receive coordinated care.
Some methods of improving response rates for patient assessments, questionnaires and surveys include informing respondents of how their answers will be used, decreasing the number of questions, limiting the amount of time required, and providing incentives for participation. It is important to be sure your questions follow a logical pattern so that patients who start a survey follow it through to completion.
Each one of these assessments has a different purpose. A screening assessment is a brief procedure that’s designed to identify which patients need care. Differentiate by their respective goals, indicators for use, level of complexity and outcomes, while recognizing their common properties.