This webinar will provide an overview of the Healthy Start Screening Tools aimed to standardize care coordination. Preparation for January 1, 2017 implementation of the screening tools will be discussed. The webinar will close with a preview of upcoming Healthy Start EPIC Center training and technical assistance opportunities.
- Explain the role of the Healthy Start Screening Tools for care coordination
- Describe initial considerations for January 1, 2017 screening of Healthy Start participants
- List available Healthy Start technical assistance and training opportunities through January 2017
The CoIIN to Reduce Infant Mortality is a public-private partnership that aims to reduce infant mortality and improve birth outcomes. Participants learn from one another and national experts, share best practices and lessons learned, and track progress toward shared benchmarks
Early Elective Delivery Patient-centered Medical Home Safe Sleep Tobacco Cessation
NHSA is committed to improving birth outcomes and health disparities that exist within communities of color throughout the US. As the membership association for Healthy Start programs nationwide, NHSA promotes the development of community-based maternal and child health programs, particularly those addressing the issues of infant mortality, low birth weight and racial disparities in perinatal outcomes.
Breastfeeding Early Elective Delivery Prenatal Care and Education Reproductive Life Planning/Family Planning
The Healthy Start (HS) Collaborative Improvement & Innovation Network (CoIIN) advises the HS EPIC Center and HS Program on policy and operational considerations. In advance of our first day-long planning session tentatively schedule for March 2015, this webinar will clarify:
- Expectations of the CoIIN membership;
- Priority issues to be addressed by the CoIIN; and
- Operations of the CoIIN.
All Healthy Start CoIIN representatives are expected to attend.
Case Management/Care Coordination Risk Assessment
The learning session discusses the expanded role of the Level 3 Healthy Start grantees in implementing the Federal Healthy Start Initiative, and also includes an overview of roles and responsibilities, core competencies, and planned involvement in the Healthy Start CoIIN & Learning Collaborative.
The Leadership and Quality Improvement Institute provided a forum for launching the collaborative work between the Healthy Start EPIC Center Team and the Healthy Start Leadership and Mentoring Grantees. The purpose of the Institute was to enhance the Healthy Start program by creating an environment that fosters participation and engagement, and establishes the Healthy Start Leadership and Mentoring Grantees as a cohort.
- Agenda | PDF
- Team Members | PDF
- Healthy Start from a Systems Perspective | Lee Slides
- FOA Review | Slides
- Leadership and Quality Institute Day 1 | Slides
- Leadership and Quality Institute Day 2 | Slides