This report from the National Academy for State Health Policy and the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health outlines the core, system-level components of high-quality care coordination for children and youth with complex care needs. The standards are designed to help state officials and other stakeholders develop and strengthen high-quality care coordination for children with the goal of identifying and assessing the need for care coordination, engaging families in the care coordination process, building a strong and supportive care coordination workforce, and developing team-based communication processes to better serve children and families.

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