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The Cycle of Engagement (COE) is a model for engaging parents in an ongoing, collaborative way to learn about, measure, and improve the quality and outcomes of care for children using a personalized and systems-integrated approach based on guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics and best practices.
The COE seeks to advance a relationship-centered process that covers the spectrum from pre- to post- well-child visit and the development of shared plans of care, engages parents as partners in the visit, and which can aid in identifying parent priorities and quickly linking families to services to support their child’s health.
The COE is comprised of pre-visit planning, within-visit engagement, and post-visit assessment. COE tools are web-based parent-centered tools, and consist of the Well-Visit Planner (WVP) for pre-visit planning (4 months – 6 years), the Online Promoting Healthy Development Survey (Online PHDS) for post-visit assessment of quality of care given (3 months – 4 years), and the CARE_PATH for Kids (CPK) for care-coordination and care planning (0 - 18 years).
On this website, you can create an account to use the COE tools and tailor them to your practice or organization.
The Cycle of Engagement is meant to improve the quality and outcomes of care for children by:
Learn about the Well-Visit Planner, Online Promoting Healthy Development Survey and CARE_PATH for Kids.
Access demo websites and video tutorials for provider and family audiences for each COE tool.
Read commonly asked questions on the COE and it’s tools.
Learn about costs, licensing and terms and conditions required for implementation of the COE.
You can create an account to use the Cycle of Engagement tools, the WVP, the Online PHDS and the CPK. With an account you can:
Please note that the CAHMI is not charging any fee for early adopters of the COE. We encourage implementers to adopt the COE model and tools to learn about it, share their learnings with us and become a part of the growing COE learning community. In the future, there will be licensing fees for using the COE model and tools and additional costs for team education, engagement resources, implementation and evaluation support, and these would require the development of a business/license agreement with CAHMI. We will add more information here before a licensing fee is implemented.
Please make sure you assess the readiness of your team to implement the COE. It is recommended that items 1 and 2 are in place before you continue. Other checklist items can be worked on as you proceed with your efforts.
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