||AIM Case Study for Kentucky Released
In 2015-2016, the Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs (CCSHCN) was invited to take part in a learning collaborative to examine access and quality of care for women and children in Kentucky. The collaborative included CCSHCN, KY Department for Public Health (DPH), KY Department for Medicaid Services (DMS), KY Department for Behavioral Health and Developmental & Intellectual Disabilities (DBHDID), and a bipartisan group of state legislators.
The learning collaborative included a summit addressing access to care in Kentucky attended by stakeholders including community providers, Cabinet for Health and Family Services officials, and Governor Matt Bevin.
As a follow-up to the learning collaborative, a case study has been published detailing the priorities, goals and outcomes of the process. The case study is available for download as a PDF file here.
Alliance for Innovation on Maternal and Child Health: Kentucky Case Study