Education and Training

Supporting Medical Home Practices in Care Coordination for Children with Special Health Care Needs

The New England Genetics Collaborative along with the NH, Maine and Vermont Child Improvement Partnerships, offered a four-part webinar series to highlight how a team approach to caring for children with genetic and complex conditions within the patient-centered medical home will improve collaboration, coordination, and satisfaction for families and providers.  This series was offered in May, June, July and Sept of 2015. To learn more about and access the archived presentations from this four part series, click here. In May of 2016, the New England Genetics Collaborative and improvement partnerships in ME, NH, & VT offered a one-hour CME webinar in May entitled “Balancing Strengths & Needs: Family Centered Conversations" 

Family Voices: Helping Families & Professionals Maneuver the Maze of Complex Conditions

The New England Genetics Collaborative (NEGC) and child health improvement partnerships in Maine (ME CHIP), New Hampshire (NHPIP) and Vermont (VCHIP) bring you this webinar.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Differentiate Family Voices, the Family-to-Family Health Information Centers (F2F-HIC) and National Center for Family and Professional Partnership (NCFPP) and how they can support families and staff in your practice.
  2. Learn what Family Voices state affiliates and F2F-HICs have to offer in New England.
  3. Understand the role of Family Voices and how their work can benefit both families and providers through the use of case examples.
  4. Discover benefits of partnering with Family Leaders to improve health systems for all children including CYSHCN.