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What's New | December 08, 2008

Linking Clinical Practices and the Community
The featured innovations focus on improving service coordination and delivery through collaborative arrangements among health care providers and community organizations.
Featured Innovations:
Featured QualityTools:

 How to Develop a Statewide System to Link Families With Community Resources: A Manual Based on "Help Me Grow"
Developed by Carey Consulting; Connecticut Children's Medical Center; Connecticut Children's Trust Fund; The Child Health and Development Institute of CT

 National Organizations That Offer Services to People With Cancer and Their Families
Developed by National Cancer Institute

 Where to Seek Help—A Bright Futures Referral Tool for Providers
Developed by Georgetown University, Center for Child & Human Development; National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health

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 A Comprehensive List of Tools to Implement the Anticoagulation Management System
Developed by Cedar Rapids Healthcare Alliance

 Community Services Locator: An Online Directory for Finding Community Services for Children and Families
Developed by Maternal and Child Health Library

 Community-Acquired Pneumonia Admission Orders
Developed by Pneumonia Best Practice Team - Presbyterian Hospital
Developed by Independent Drug Information Service