Community Care Coordination Learning Network (CCCLN)
The CCCLN originated with its champions – Drs. Mark and Sarah Redding
– and grew to a network consisting of 17 hub directors, representing 16
distinct community hubs in 10 states. As the network evolved, members
engaged in community-based participatory research activities and
developed work products such as a guide
that provides a step-by-step process to build and sustain an
infrastructure to support the delivery of community care coordination
services. In September 2011, the CCCLN transitioned from an AHRQ Health
Care Innovations Exchange-sponsored learning network to the National
Center on Community Care Coordination in the Rockville Institute for the Advancement of Social Science Research.
The Quick Start Guide to Developing Community Care Coordination Pathways
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's (AHRQ)
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's mission is to
improve the quality, safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of health
care for all Americans. As 1 of 12 agencies within the Department of
Health and Human Services, AHRQ supports research that helps people make
more informed decisions and improves the quality of health care
services. AHRQ was formerly known as the Agency for Health Care Policy
and Research: The Innovations Exchange helps you solve problems, improve
health care quality, and reduce disparities.
- Find evidence-based innovations and QualityTools.
- View new innovations and tools published biweekly.
- Learn from experts through events and articles.
The RUAH Innovations Overview can be accessed here:
Field-Based Outreach Workers Facilitate Access to Health Care and Social Services for Underserved Individuals in Rural Areas.
National Institute of Health (NIH) Research Project Site
Standardizing Community Care Coordination Measures Linked to
Improvements in Quality of Life and Health Outcomes Among Vulnerable
Populations: The purpose of this study is to assess the relevance,
feasibility, validity and reliability of the measures through a pilot
test at five sites located in California, Indiana, Nebraska, Ohio, and
Texas. This work has facilitated the work of RUAH to move from a Volume
(inputs/outputs counting) Model to an Outcomes Based Model.
Click here to read the Pathways Overview
Click here to read the Pathways Summary (Bulleted)
Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (CHIPRA)
St.Vincent Health was the sole Indiana recipient of funding to
increase enrollment focused on children who were "hardest to reach" in 7
Indiana counties (Madison, Gibson, Perry, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh
and Warrick) from 2009 to 2011.
More than 1.5 million children gained Medicaid or CHIP coverage
during federal fiscal year 2011 (October 1, 2010 – September 30, 2011).
In total, Medicaid and CHIP served more than 43.5 million children last
Click here http://www.insurekidsnow.gov/ to find out more about insurance coverage options for Children.
Providence Cristo Rey High School (PCR)
RUAH facilitates the Work Study program for Providence Cristo Rey High School.
Providence Cristo Rey is a private, college-preparatory high school for
students from families with limited financial means. Providence Cristo
Rey combines rigorous classroom instruction with real-life corporate
work study experiences for our students by partnering with the finest
businesses and corporations in the Indianapolis area. The involvement of
St.Vincent Medical Group in the Corporate Work Study program allows
Providence Cristo Rey to make a faith-based, college preparatory
education affordable to all students and families who could not
otherwise afford a Catholic education.
Quarterly Executive Summary
Click here to download the Quarterly Executive Summary