Kay Johnson and Jill Rosenthal (Portland, Maine: NASHP, April 2009). Issue brief summarizing strategies to improve coordination among primary care medical homes, Early Intervention, and other systems that provide developmental services.
Carrie Hanlon (Washington, DC: The Urban Institute, December 2010). This brief examines states’ Medicaid and CHIP policy choices and new opportunities under health reform and other federal legislation to develop a well-coordinated system of care for children receiving Early Intervention and other ongoing services. State examples in the paper draw significantly from ABCD III.
Carrie Hanlon (Portland, Maine: NASHP, December 2010). This issue brief describes: 1) how the five ABCD III states are building on existing local partnerships and assets to organize community pilots, and 2) preliminary lessons that have emerged from these states, including new federal opportunities to bolster community partnerships that will improve service linkages for children.
Carrie Hanlon and Jill Rosenthal (Portland, Maine: NASHP, June 2011). Issue brief presenting strategies for improving care coordination between primary care and Early Intervention and other systems that support healthy child development, from the five ABCD III states. The states’ early experiences piloting communication tools, facilitating data sharing, implementing quality improvement processes, and involving families are relevant for efforts to engage multi-sector stakeholders to improve state policy, primary care practice, and population health.
Larry Hinkle and Jill Rosenthal (Portland, Maine: NASHP, November 2011). Issue brief describing lessons and strategies from Illinois’ effort to build electronic information-sharing systems.
Larry Hinkle and Carrie Hanlon (Portland, Maine: NASHP, February 2012). Issue brief describing Oklahoma’s efforts to use a web-based system to support care coordination between primary care and community providers, including Early Intervention.
Oklahoma ABCD III Project: 2011. Worksheet to help primary care practices assess their readiness to implement developmental screening. The form includes information and questions meant to guide practices in developing office workflow modifications to implement screening.
Mary Henderson and Neva Kaye (Portland, Maine: NASHP, May 2012). Analysis of policy options to encourage and support care coordination across systems that serve children, based on the experience of the ABCD III Learning Collaborative.
Minnesota Department of Human Services, 2013. Schematic diagram of patient flow and sample feedback form for enhancing communication between Early Intervention and primary care
(Kevin Marks, MD, 2013) Slide presentation on the importance of developmental-behavioral screening and referral to early intervention, results of a randomized controlled trial of screening, and guidance for the flow of implementing ASQ screening in the medical home