Designing a Family-Centered Care Plan for Children with Special Needs

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Designing a Family-Centered Care Plan for Children with Special Needs

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Children’s Comprehensive Care Clinic was funded by the Community Health Peer Learning Program (CHP) to provide a patient-controlled common technology platform that improves care coordination for families of children with medical and behavioral complexity in Austin, TX. The platform brings together individuals and entities involved of the care of the child, with the family at the center, to develop an integrated health care data ecosystem. Podcast host Peter Eckart joined Rahel Berhane, MD, Medical Director at Children’s Comprehensive Care Clinic and Susan Millea, PhD, Community Systems Analyst at Children’s Optimal Health, during a site visit for their new CIC-START project, which is designing a “shared care plan” that imports goal statements and care instructions from different members of the interdisciplinary care team into the existing patient-controlled application.

Listen to the Podcast here:

http://www.allindata.org/resources/podcast-designing-a-family-centered-care-plan-for-children-with-special-needs-in-austin-tx/

  • Hosted by: Peter Eckart, co-founder of All In: Data for Community Health
  • Podcast Guests: Dr. Rahel Berhane of Children’s Comprehensive Care Clinic and Dr. Susan Millea of Children’s Optimal Health

Dr. Susan Millea (Left) and Dr. Rahel Berhane (Right)