State Title V Health Care Transition Performance Objectives and Strategies: Current Snapshot and Suggestions
Report: Got Transition offers specific recommendations for evidence-informed objectives and strategies for the 32 states that have selected transition as one of their priorities over the next five years.
Aligning National Title V Performance Measures on Transition, Medical Home, Preventive Care, and Insurance: Suggested Strategies for States
Report: Got Transition offers strategies to state Title V agencies and their partners on linking performance improvements and innovations for transition from pediatric to adult health care with medical home, adolescent well care, well care for women, and adequate health insurance.
The National Alliance Receives Grant to Improve Transition in DC
The National Alliance had been awarded a new grant by the DC Department of Health to expand health care transition training, services, and consumer leadership in Wards 7 and 8. As part of the grant, the National Alliance will partner with the DC Community Health Administration, the DC Department of Behavioral Health, MedStar Georgetown’s School Based Health Center at Anacostia High School, Health Services for Children with Special Needs, and the DC Department of Health Care Finance.
Commentary: A new youth engagement measurement tool that examines health access and self-efficacy fills an important gap in consumer education research for adolescents.
Article: Quality improvement using the Six Core Elements of Health Care Transition resulted in the development of a systematic clinical transition process in pediatric and adult academic primary care practices.
Article: Transition interventions are inconsistently evaluated in terms of their impact on population health, patient experience, and cost of care.
Incorporating the Six Core Elements of Health Care Transition Into a Medicaid Managed Care Plan: Lessons Learned From a Pilot Project
Article: Health care transition model, using the Six Core Elements of Health Care Transition, was successfully piloted in a managed care plan.