CoTS: Co-Management Telehealth Study
Medical home components, including care management and shared care plans, are beneficial to children with medical complexities (CMC). Some CMC are co-managed by a community-based primary care physician (PCP) and a children’s hospital-based complex care provider (CCP). Better integration between these providers may improve efficiency, family experience, and quality of care, while leveraging the benefits of each location. This pilot study will compare video-conferencing among caregivers of CMC, PCPs and CCPs to a traditional co-management process using several caregiver-reported and utilization outcomes.