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Designing for Kids: Pediatric Clinically-Integrated Networks.

Updated: Dec 31, 2020

“Kids are not small adults.” This statement is repeated often by child health providers for a reason: kids are usually under-represented in medical research, program design, and spending. Child health providers know that to achieve the best outcomes for kids, we need health systems that consider the unique needs and experiences of childhood. Genesis has worked with several leading pediatric health systems that are demonstrating the power of child-focused clinically integrated networks. We recently partnered with one such pediatric CIN to inform the development of their care management program. Genesis' work ranged from a comprehensive assessment of current care management assets and capabilities, benchmarking against pediatric best practices, to the development of a five-year strategy to guide the evolution of care management operations and infrastructure. 

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