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Infographic: Medicaid And Children And Youth With Special Health Care Needs

Authors: Bachman, S., Comeau, M., Kantner, J.

Date: 2018

Project: Catalyst Center

Keywords: CYSHCN, Financial Hardship, Medicaid/CHIP

The Catalyst Center has created a one-page infographic illustrating important elements of Medicaid for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN). This is one page in a series of infographics exploring key focus areas in the world of health care financing and coverage for CYSHCN.

These one-pagers are a visually appealing and easy way to share information about the system of care for CYSHCN with stakeholders. Resources for further exploration about Medicaid and CYSHCN are listed at the bottom of the infographic.

Thanks to our State Title V colleagues Elaine Gabovitch, Sandra Broughton, Elizabeth Collins, and Meredith Pyle for providing valuable feedback and reviewing this project.

Infographic: Inequities In Coverage And Financing Of Care For Children With Special Health Care Needs

Authors: Bachman, S, Comeau, M., Kantner, J.

Date: 2018

Project: Catalyst Center

Keywords: CYSHCN, Financing, Health Equity

The Catalyst Center has created a one-page infographic illustrating important elements of inequities in coverage and financing of care for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN). This is one page in a series of infographics exploring key focus areas in the world of health care financing and coverage for CYSHCN.

These one-pagers are a visually appealing and easy way to share information about the system of care for CYSHCN with stakeholders. Resources for further exploration about inequities in coverage and financing of care for CYSHCN are listed at the bottom of the infographic.

Thanks to our State Title V colleagues Elaine Gabovitch, Sandra Broughton, Elizabeth Collins, and Meredith Pyle for providing valuable feedback and reviewing this project.

Infographic: Financial Hardship In Families Raising Children And Youth With Special Health Care Needs

Authors: Bachman, S., Comeau, M., Kantner, J.

Date: 2018

Project: Catalyst Center

Keywords: CYSHCN, Financing

The Catalyst Center has created a one-page infographic illustrating important elements of financial hardship in families raising children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN). This is one page in an upcoming series of infographics exploring key focus areas in the world of health care financing and coverage for CYSHCN.

These one-pagers are a visually appealing and easy way to share information about the system of care for CYSHCN with stakeholders. Resources for further exploration about family financial hardship are listed at the bottom of the infographic.

Thanks to our State Title V colleagues Elaine Gabovitch, Sandra Broughton, Elizabeth Collins, and Meredith Pyle for providing valuable feedback and reviewing this project.

Infographic: Care Coordination For Children And Youth With Special Health Care Needs

Authors: Bachman, S., Comeau, M., Kantner, J.

Date: 2018

Project: Catalyst Center

Keywords: CYSHCN, Financing

The Catalyst Center has created a one-page infographic illustrating important elements of care coordination for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN). This is one page in a series of infographics exploring key focus areas in the world of health care financing and coverage for CYSHCN.

These one-pagers are a visually appealing and easy way to share information about the system of care for CYSHCN with stakeholders. Resources for further exploration about care coordination are listed at the bottom of the infographic.

Thanks to our State Title V colleagues Elaine Gabovitch, Sandra Broughton, Elizabeth Collins, and Meredith Pyle for providing valuable feedback and reviewing this project.

Event: Preventing the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Authors: Multiple event planners and speakers

Date: 2018

Project: BU-ALPS

Keywords: Behavioral health, Health Equity

The school-to-prison pipeline refers to a trend in which punitive school disciplinary policies and practices increase the likelihood that children will become involved with the criminal justice system. This event, which took place on April 12, 2018, featured an innovative, interprofessional partnership between lawyers from Massachusetts Advocates for Children and Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative (CBHI) team members from Dimock Community Service Agency/Justice Resource Institute. The panelists highlighted systems-level approaches to combat the school-to-prison pipeline, including a discussion of current MA laws related to school discipline, safe and supportive schools, and pending legislation related to the use of student arrests in schools.