The National Resource Center for Patient/Family-Centered Medical Home (NRC-PFMCH), in partnership with Bright Futures National Center and the Screening Technical Assistance and Resource Center, has implemented a 2-part webinar series, Making Connections: The Critical Role of Family-Centered Care in Addressing Social Determinants of Health for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN). The goal of this series was to provide state Title V Maternal and Child Health / CYSHCN programs, pediatricians, families and other with information about the impact of social determinants of health (SDoH) on CYSHCN and their families, including implementation strategies for state programs. The series discussed the role of these groups and state systems in addressing SDoH for CYSHCN by using components of the medical home model of care.
Social Determinants of Health Resources to Support Implementation of Screening and Referrals
Developed by the National Resource Center for Patient/Family-Centered Medical Home, in partnership with the National Academy for State Health Policy, this fact sheet series discusses social determinants of health (SDoH) screening and referrals for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) and their families. Opportunities for collaboration and partnership between Medicaid, Title V Maternal and Child Health / CYSHCN programs, and pediatricians are discussed. State-level case studies provide innovative and replicable strategies for implementing SDoH screening and community referrals.
- Identification and Screening of Social Determinants of Health Among Children with Special Health Care Needs in Medicaid
- Social Determinants of Health Referrals in Medicaid and the Role of Medicaid Managed Care Contracts
Tools for Better Public Health Communications
Research shows that many people don’t understand what public health is or what public health professionals do. It’s hard to ask people to support and fund public health if they don’t know what it is. That’s why the de Beaumont Foundation and the Aspen Institute have released a set of practical communication tools at www.phrases.org.
August 7 Webinar – COVID-19 and Early Post-Partum Breastfeeding: Emerging Evidence and Recommendations In observance of World Breastfeeding Week, the DC Breastfeeding Coalition and DC Health are hosting a Webinar with internationally recognized experts from major health organizations to discuss the current evidence and recommendations for breastfeeding in the wake of COVID-19. Register today.
August 11 Webinar – Systemic Racism & Health: Solutions, Making Change Happen This webinar hosted by the National Institute for Health Care Management will discuss how systemic racism harms health, and how solutions-based approaches at the state and community level are making a difference. Register today.
October 6 Virtual Event – Practicing Adolescent-Centered Trauma-Informed Care in a Clinical Setting The Adolescent Health Initiative is pleased to offer an interactive training on providing trauma-informed care, hosted virtually on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 from 11:30 AM to 4:00 PM EST. The 2020 Connection Session is designed for health care professionals who serve adolescents, including physicians, nurses, social workers, health center managers, and other youth-serving community professionals. This interactive event is partially funded through the Office of Continuing Medical Education and Lifelong Learning at Michigan Medicine. Registration is open.
Save the Date – Advancing the Response to COVID-19: Sharing Promising Programs and Practices for Racial and Ethnic Minority Communities The HHS Office of Minority Health (OMH) is hosting a virtual symposium on Thursday, September 17, 2020 to highlight state, tribal, territorial and community-based efforts to address COVID-19 among racial and ethnic minority populations. The virtual symposium will feature national, state, tribal and local experts leading these efforts and is developed for public health leaders at all levels and community organizations confronting the pandemic. Learn more