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 Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Networks – MCH Landscape​

​​Compiled by AMCHP Staff

Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Networks (CoIINs) are teams of federal, state and local leaders working together to tackle a common problem by applying quality improvement methods (e.g., Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles) and engaging in collaborative learning. Using technology to remove geographic barriers, participants with a collective vision or common aim share ideas, best practices and lessons learned,  then track their progress using shared measures. Over the past few years, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), along with federal, state – including Title V – and local partners have used CoIIN or CoIIN-like approaches to develop common aims, use and share evidence-based strategies, and use shared metrics and real-time data in order to improve maternal and child health outcomes.

CoIINs supported by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) address a range of topics across the life course, including maternal health, infant mortality, newborn screening, home visiting, child health and safety, school-based health, children and youth with special health care needs, adolescent and young adult health, healthy weight and oral health. Below is a quick overview of the current HRSA-supported CoIINs and CoIIN-like projects, along with related Title V National Performance Measures (NPMs).

 

 CoIIN ParticipationContact Related NPMs
Adolescent and Young Adult Health (AYAH)

State teams composed of: state Title V leadership , state adolescent health coordinator, state Medicaid agency, major health plan(s), state chapters of national professional membership associations, youth/young adult consumers.

 

States: Iowa, Miss., N.M., Texas, Vt.

Trina Anglin, tanglin@hrsa.gov

 

http://www.amchp.org/programsandtopics/AdolescentHealth/Pages/default.aspx | http://nahic.ucsf.edu/resources/resource_center/adolescent-and-young-adult-health-collaborative-improvement-and-innovation-network-ayah-coiin/

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Children's Safety Network

MCH Block Grant programs and their partners.

 

States: [PB3] Alaska, Conn., Fla., Ind., Ky., Mass., Mich., Miss., Neb., N.H., N.Y., Pa., S.C., Tenn., Texas, Vt., Wis., Guam, CNMich., District of[PB4]  Columbia

Erin Reiney, ereiney@hrsa.gov

 

https://www.childrenssafetynetwork.org/CSCoIIN

 

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Children's Healthy Weight TBDMeredith Morrissette, mmorrissette@hrsa.gov 4, 8
Pediatric Obesity Mini CoIIN

Phase 1: Alaska, La., Ohio, Wis.

 

Phase 2: Alaska, La., Ohio, N.D., Calif., Ore.

Meredith Morrissette, mmorrissette@hrsa.gov

 

http://asphn.org/resource_read.php?resource_id=661

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Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems (ECCS) ECCS Impact GranteesSandy Sheehy, ssheehy@hrsa.gov 1, 6
Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC)

State teams composed of state EMS medical directors, trauma system managers, EMSC state program managers, family representatives and key stakeholders.

 

States: Conn., D.C., Fla., Kan., Ky., Mich., N.M., N.Y., Okla., Pa., S.C., Texas

Therese Morrison- Quinata, TMorrison-Quinata@hrsa.gov7
Healthy Start Level 3 Healthy Start Programs: Ala., Ariz., Calif., D.C., Fla., Ind., La., Mass., Md., Mich., N.C., N.J., N.M., N.Y., Ohio, Pa., and Texas (local sites, not states represented).

LCDR Makeva Rhoden, mrhoden@hrsa.gov

 

http://healthystartepic.org/healthy-start/hs-coiin/

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Home Visiting

MIECHV grantees supporting over 30 local implementing agency teams.

 

States: Ark., Fla., Ga., Ind., Mich., N.J., Ohio, Pa., R.I., S.C., Va., Wis.

CDR Monique Fountain Hanna, MFountain@hrsa.gov

 

http://hv-coiin.edc.org/

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Infant Mortality

State MCH program directors or designee-led teams

 

States: 58 states and jurisdictions

Vanessa Lee, vlee1@hrsa.gov

 

Website: http://www.nichq.org/childrens-health/infant-health/coiin-to-reduce-infant-mortality

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Newborn Screening State newborn screening programs and hospitals: Ariz., Calif., Co.-Wyo., Hawaii, Iowa, Mich., Minn., Mont., Neb., N.Y.MAC (Del., Md., N.J., N.Y., Va.), Okla., Puerto Rico, Tenn., Texas, Wis.

Debi Sarkar, dsarkar@hrsa.gov

 

https://www.newsteps.org/newsteps-360

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School-Based Health Services / Comprehensive Mental Health SystemsTeams of school-based health centers and school mental health systems in separate CoIINs.Trina Anglin, tanglin@hrsa.gov 10
CoIIN-Like Project ContactRelated NPMs
"Enhancing Systems for CYSHCN through Systems Integration" (aka D-70 Grant)

State CYSHCN programs:

Ala., Colo., Iowa, Ind., Mass., Minn., Ore., R.I., Utah, Vt., Wash., Wis.

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Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM)

States, perinatal quality collaboratives, hospital/hospital systems.

 

States: Md., Okla., Fla., Ill., Miss., La., N.J., and Mich.
Associate AIM states: Calif. and N.Y.

Kimberly Sherman, ksherman@hrsa.gov

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Alliance for Innovation for Maternal and Child Health Populations, Expanding Access to Care

States with representation from grantee membership entities which include: Title V, governor's office, legislatures, state health officers, hediatricians, families and Medicaid offices.

 

States: Calif., Ky., Nev., Pa., R.I., Colo., Minn., Mont., N.D., S.D., Utah, Wyo. and American Samoa

Sylvia Sosa, ssosa@hrsa.gov 1, 6, 10, 11, 12, 15
Perinatal and Infant Oral Health Quality Improvement (PIOHIOQI) Initiative

States with representation from: state public health and social service departments, children's hospitals, medical/academic universities and nonprofits.

 

States: Ariz., Calif., Colo., Conn., Mass., Md., Maine, Minn., N.M., N.Y., R.I., S.C., Texas, Va., W.Va.,

Wis.

Pamella Vodicka, pvodicka@hrsa.gov

 

http://mchoralhealth.org/projects/piOhioqi.php

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For more information about the HRSA/MCHB CoIINs, click here.