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Cshcn Agreement

Please confirm your consent to these terms and conditions by entering your name and name below. Research Objectives: The objective of this study was to assess the degree of agreement between the CSHCN Screener and the identification questionnaire for children with chronic diseases and to describe the characteristics of children for whom these methods do not match. Methods: The CSHCN Screener and QuICCC-R were administered 2 samples: a random sample of parents of children under the age of 18 by the first preliminary test of the National CSHCN Survey (n -2420) and a random sample of children under the age of 14 enrolled in an administered care plan (n-497). For children identified by one or both instruments in the national sample, information was collected on the specific conditions and needs of health services. For all children, data from administrative clinical risk groups (CRGs) based on the data were collected from the health plan sample. The proportion of children identified with CSHCN Screener and QuICCC-R was compared, the degree of agreement between these two methods was assessed, and the health care needs of children identified by QuICCC-R, but not by the CSHCN Screener, were assessed. Conclusion: The short CSHCN screen is very consistent with the longer quiccc-R instrument. While almost all children identified by the CSHCN Screener are also identified by QuICCC-R, QuICCC-R classifies a higher proportion of children than those with special health needs. Case Manager can help applicants complete Form 3031, or individuals can fill out the form on behalf of the person who needs help. All services must be medically necessary. People in Texas who are interested in the Children with Special Health Care Needs (CsHCN) program fill out Form 3031 to apply for services. Fill out all sections of Form 3031.

If you close it by hand, print dark ink and use it. Note: If you need help or need language services, call 800-252-8023. The Children with Special Health Care Needs Services Program helps children under the age of 20 with special health needs and people with cystic fibrosis of all ages improve their health, well-being and quality of life. Filling up forms cannot be displayed on mobile devices or tablets. Take the next steps to download and view the form on a desktop or Mac. Please indicate here the results of the citation request: in both samples, the CSHCN Screener agreed with the QuICCC-R about 9 times out of 10 whether or not a child was classified as particularly carefree. Compared to the CSHCN Screener, the QuICCC-R identified 7.6% and 8.5% of children with special needs in national health and health samples, respectively. Compared to children identified only by QuICCC-R, children identified by both CSHCN Screener and QuICCC-R were 12 times more likely to require medical services, 6 times higher than parents call a particular chronic health condition, and 9 times more likely to be identified by the CRG algorithm.