Programs to Help Care for Our Complex Kids – Inpatient and Outpatient
June 7 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST
Complex Care programs are primary care for children with complex chronic medical conditions, often with multiple diagnoses and dependent on technology (i.e. ventilator), tube fed, etc. This is a medical home for your child with clinicians who understand and work to help manage the complexity of your child’s care.
Additionally, complex care programs – both inpatient and outpatient – work to coordinate the care of your child across the health care spectrum in order to achieve the best possible health.
On this webinar, you will hear from a range of complex care providers and families who use them including:
From Cincinatti Children’s Hospital:
Dr. Abby Musial – Medical Director of the Outpatient Complex Care team
Amelia Auberger – Social Work Care Manager, at the Complex Care Center
Scott Callahan – Medical Director of the Inpatient Complex Care Center
From Monroe Carell Jr Children’s Hospital:
Christine Cahill – Mom to a child with medical complexity and a member of the Complex Care Family Advisory Group
Dr. Katie Freundlich – Director of Family, Community and Referring Network Engagement for the Program for Children with Medically Complex Needs