Engaging Health Complexity

OPIP is leading efforts to support communities and health systems in better serving health complex children. One strategy to support this population is in leading the development of standardized methods to identify children with health complexity and to support use of this population-based information to engage communities in galvanizing improvement efforts and considering best match care coordination strategies. Click here to learn more about health complexity data work at OPIP. Children with Health Complexity are those who are both: • Medically Complex (Page 3 of report), with a priority focus on children identified with “complex chronic disease” or “non-complex chronic … Continue reading Engaging Health Complexity