New Practices in AMCHP's Innovation Station
AMCHP is pleased to announce that three new practices have been added to the Innovation Station Database following a recent review by its Best Practices Committee.
- Developing, Testing & Scaling Coordinated Intake & Referral (CI&R) (Florida) was a successful effort to pilot a community-driven approach to linking at-risk families identified through the state's universal prenatal and infant screening process to services. Based on pilot results, CI&R is being scaled and implemented statewide. (Promising Practice)
- Care Connection for Children (Virginia) provides care coordination services for special needs children in partnership with major medical centers across the state. (Emerging Practice)
- Graduated Driver License Education (Nebraska) increases parental and teen knowledge of Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) driving restrictions to improve enforcement and compliance with GDL laws. (Cutting-edge Practice)
To learn more about AMCHP’s best practices,
visit the Best Practices page
Best Practices Technical Assistance Replication Project Recipients
Each year, AMCHP grants up to three technical assistance awards of $10,000 each for states to replicate or adapt an existing emerging, promising, or best practice in Innovation Station as part of an overall goal to improve maternal and child health outcomes by sharing effective and promising practices with state and territorial MCH programs.
AMCHP is pleased to announce the following recipients
of the 2018-19 Best Practices Technical Assistance Replication Project: