University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Vermont Child Health Improvement Program (VCHIP)

CHAMP

Child Health Advances Measured in Practice (CHAMP)

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CHAMP's long-term goal is to increase the efficiency, economy, and quality of care provided to Medicaid-eligible children and families. Building on the momentum of Bright Futures and Vermont's health care reform activities, this initiative creates a multi-year network of practices that engage in collaborative improvement activities to meet the evolving needs of health care professionals, children and families. Recruitment will begin in June 2012.

Objective

CHAMP creates a longitudinal approach to improving health outcomes for Vermont children, youth and families.

Practices Will Benefit From

  • Expert guidance on applying Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) standards to your practice;
  • hands-on support in assessing your current systems;
  • access to shared templates and tools to help you improve office systems; and
  • coaching on identification and tracking of clinically important measures to demonstrate improvements in care.

Project Contact

Christine Pellegrino, MS, AS CMQO/E

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