IHOC, child health measures
In February 2010, Maine and Vermont were awarded a five-year child health quality improvement grant. The project focuses on using quality measures and information technology to improve health outcomes for children. The goal is to improve timely access to quality care for children who are insured by Medicaid.
IHOC is paid for by a grant from The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) through Section 401(d) of the Child Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (CHIPRA).
Klayman, Joanie LCSW; Dix, Amy; and Flanigan, Kevin S. MD, "IHOC Summary For Providers - Improving Health Outcomes for Children in Maine and Vermont" (2013). Population Health & Health Policy. 32.