NASHP features its updated map of State Reporting of the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (CHIPRA) Developmental Screening Core Measure, which identifies states that are voluntarily reporting on this access measure for developmental screening. View other resources at the Healthy Child Development State Resource Center. Submit new resources to email@example.com.
This is a fact sheet by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality about a measure pediatricians can use to track referrals made after a positive developmental screening.
This is a fact sheet by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality about a measure pediatricians can use to track referrals made after a developmental screening.
This is a fact sheet by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality about a measure pediatricians can use to track follow-up with a child’s family after a developmental screening.
CAHMI, 2006. Instructions for gathering consistent, accurate data on whether a standardized screen was completed in the previous 12 months for children aged 0-36 months.
This is a document developed by Oregon for health plans participating in the Medicaid managed care ABCD III performance improvement project. It details the processes for sampling and auditing charts for information about developmental screening/concerns, referral to Early Intervention (EI), and feedback from EI.
This webinar highlighted how Illinois, Oregon, South Carolina, and Vermont are using ABCD III and/or CHIPRA quality grants to build on and align current efforts, such as medical home initiatives, health information technology or exchange, performance measurement, and health reform, to transform the delivery of care to children covered by Medicaid and CHIP. This event was sponsored by The Commonwealth Fund and built on a session held during the 2010 NASHP Annual Conference.
(NASHP/CMWF: May 2012). This ABCD Alumni webinar, sponsored by The Commonwealth Fund, focused on a study that identifies potential barriers to Early Intervention services. Additional speakers discussed strategies to overcome these barriers from both the state Early Intervention perspective and from the state Medicaid and CHIP perspective.
Carolyn Gray, Kimberley Fox, and Martha Elbaum Williamson (2013). This report assesses changes in developmental, autism, and lead screening rates and evidence-based office processes in IHOC initiative practices. It summarizes lessons in implementing practice changes and challenges in using CHIPRA and IHOC measures at the practice-level to inform quality improvement.