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Children’s Special Health Services North Dakota Department of Health Title Date Presentation by: Name(s)
Children’s Special Health Services (CSHS) zCSHS is a division in the Community Health Section of the North Dakota Department of Health zCSHS is the designated Title V CSHCN program for the MCH Block Grant
CSHS Mission: Improve Children’s Health zCSHS provides services for children with special health care needs and their families zCSHS promotes family-centered, community-based, coordinated services and systems of health care
General CSHS Eligibility zAge - child must be birth to age 21 years zResidency - child must be a ND resident zSpecial Health Care Need - child must have a chronic condition and require health and related services beyond that needed by most children
CSHS Programs zSpecialty Care Diagnostic & Treatment Program zMultidisciplinary Clinics zCare Coordination zMetabolic Food zRussell Silver Syndrome Program zInformation Resource Center zState Systems Development Initiative zCSHCN Service System zAutism Database (registry)
Specialty Care Diagnostic & Treatment Program zCSHS provides payment for covered services zFamilies apply for services at their county social service office zMedical eligibility for diagnostic and treatment services is based on a list of approved conditions zFinancial eligibility for treatment services is 185% of the FPL zFamilies must use qualified providers that participate in the CSHS program
Multidisciplinary Clinic Program zMetabolic disorders zCerebral palsy zDevelopmental zMyelodysplasia zDiabetes zNeurorehabilitation zAsthma zAutism zCleft lip/palate zCardiac program zClinics support coordinated management of chronic health conditions zAny child who might benefit can attend zTeam evaluations are provided zReports include recommendations to help direct care zAn annual clinic directory is available
Care Coordination Program zCare coordination increases access to services and resources. zCounty social service staff coordinate care for children who are eligible for CSHS treatment services. zA public health nurse coordinates care for additional children in Grand Forks county. zState CSHS staff also provide care coordination support for children and their families who contact the state office.
Metabolic Food Program zCSHS provides medical food and low-protein modified food products to individuals with PKU and MSUD
Russell Silver Syndrome Program zTo enroll, individuals must have Russell Silver Syndrome and be birth through 18 years of age zCSHS pays for growth hormone treatment and medical food
Information Resource Center zCSHS provides the following public information services: yToll-free telephone number yTargeted outreach, information & referral yResource library yEducation & consultative services yMarketing activities yInformation and resources that support systems development
State Systems Development Initiative (SSDI) zCSHS administers the State Systems Development Initiative (SSDI) grant. zThe purpose of SSDI is to develop, enhance, and expand State Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) data capacity. zImproved data capacity supports effective, efficient and quality programming for women, infants, children and youth, including children and youth with special health care needs in North Dakota.
CSHCN Service System zSix National CSHCN Measures yFamilies as decision-makers and satisfied yMedical home yAdequate insurance yScreening yIntegrated community-based services yTransition to adult life
ASD Database zIn 2013, the legislature passed HB 1038, a comprehensive bill that addressed autism spectrum disorders in ND. zWithin the DoH, CSHS administers an ASD database that includes records of all reported cases of ASD in North Dakota.
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