Medical Home Systems Integration Project

The primary goal of Medical Home Systems Integration Project is to increase the number of Wisconsin children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) served within a medical home by 20% by August 2017. The Wisconsin CYSHCN Medical Home Systems Integration Project is a Health Resources and Services Administration-funded project awarded to Wisconsin Department of Health Services CYSHCN Program. The project is administered through Children's Health Alliance of Wisconsin.

The project has four strands designed to increase the number of CYSHCN served within a medical home:

  • Medical Home Implementation Team (MHIT): State plan development, implementation and evaluation.
  • Shared Resource Team: Statewide, online resource development to serve families of children with behavioral health challenges, along with the professionals supporting them.
  • Family Leadership Team - Leading Together: Family-leadership capacity building through the Leading Together Initiative, gathering family-led and family supporting organizations for the purpose of shared learning.
  • Shared Plan of Care Project: Quality improvement grants designed to support work to advance medical home care provision through the use of a Shared Plan of Care.


The Wisconsin State Plan to Serve More Children and Youth within Medical Homes Including Those with Special Health Care Needs (2015) was developed collaboratively by leadership from Wisconsin healthcare, Department of Health Services, and family advocacy organizations. The State Plan outlines steps to ensure more Wisconsin children receive care within medical homes, along with measures to track their accomplishment. 

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